REDUCE PHYSICIAN TURNOVER AND IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE: PHYSICIANS SPEAK UP ABOUT RETENTION ISSUES
LocumTenens.com, November 1, 2006
As the shortage of healthcare professionals worsens across this country, residents and physicians are changing jobs more often in search of better opportunities. With a physician shortage and considerable physician frustration as a backdrop, U.S. healthcare organizations are looking for more physicians than they were a year ago. As demand for physicians increases and competition to recruit them heats up, it becomes even more critical that healthcare organizations sharpen their focus on retaining the physicians already working at their facilities.
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