Health Governance Report, August 2011
If the greatest asset of a healthcare organization is its physicians, why then are so few resources put into retention and so many invested in recruitment? It's a costly imbalance, explains J. Gregory Stovall, MD, senior vice president of medical affairs for Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics in Tyler, TX, and Lori Schutte, president of the healthcare recruiting firm Cejka Search.
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