By Leave a Comment July 28, 2014
For years, hospitals have used software-based Vendor Management Systems (VMS) to manage interactions with vendors and to control spending for commodity items such as syringes and bandages. Now, some hospitals are implementing VMS to control staffing costs as well. CompHealth chooses not to participate in the VMS model for physician staffing because it does not provide quality service to our hospital clients or our physicians.
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We work with physician recruiters across the country — and we know just how busy and hectic your job can be. To better understand what productivity challenges you face each day, we recently surveyed a number of ASPR members. Here’s what we found out, plus a few quick tips for making the most of your day.
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Doctors who travel to new practices face a host of complex challenges. They interact with new colleagues and patients and often work with new tools and processes. Adaptability is one of the most important qualities a locum provider can possess. There are three tools that can help a doctor become more adaptable to new surroundings.
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After years of medical school and residency—and mounds of student debt—we find that most of them can’t wait to land that first job and start making money. But many doctors aren't exactly comfortable dealing with contracts and negotiation. Here are a few things doctors should be aware of before signing on the dotted line.
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