MGMA In Practice Blog
The interview process is the start of the employer-employee relationship, says Kevin C. Wooten, Ph.D., chair of administrative sciences and professor of management, University of Houston-Clear Lake. Consider the following steps before you hire your next employee.
Many physician residency programs finish in June, so now is
an opportune time to find a recent graduate who’s a good fit for your practice.
Before you set that start date, you’ll want to think about credentialing.
Medical malpractice isn’t the only way you could find your practice on the wrong end of a lawsuit.
You can place your practice ahead of the hiring curve by crafting a quality internship program — which will take some extra time and effort on your part to create, but the reward you will reap is saving time and money in the recruitment process.
Exit interviews are a prime opportunity to discover what your business does well and what you could be doing better. Here are some tips on conducting a successful exit interview.
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