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Physician Recruiters Share Alternative Strategies
Anna Webster, Online Content Coordinator

As the physician shortage skyrockets, so should a hospital or health system's recruiting efforts. Marketing priorities have long centered on attracting patients, but it's time to focus on physician recruitment using portals, live chats, and other innovations besides just word of mouth. [Read More]
anna webster
  June 15, 2011


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Webcast: Cultivating Physician-Hospital Alignment in the ACO Era
Date: July 20, 2011
About: Integration will be the key to success in the accountable care era, whether your organization develops an official ACO or not. Organizations must develop strong relationships with employed and affiliated physicians. Join us to get alignment strategies to thrive in an increasingly integrated industry.
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Webcast: Transform Your ED into a Profit Center
Date: June 23, 2011
What: Get in-the-trenches management tools and techniques to grow your ED's bottom line. Learn how Heartland Health revamped processes and increased revenue from $15 million to $33.5 million and turned its ED into a profit center with a 40% margin.
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NJ hospital urged to consider medical mall instead
The Record, June 14, 2011

3 Mobile Apps to Help Cut the Fat
HealthLeaders Media, June 14, 2011

Top 10 Clinical Integration, ACO Physician Questions
HealthLeaders Media, June 9, 2011

Is social networking changing the face of medicine?
HealthDay, June 9, 2011

ED Diversion Raises Heart Attack Mortality
HealthLeaders Media, June 14, 2011

Rush to robotic surgery raising flags
The Buffalo News, June 13, 2011

MA health board pay ban could affect charities
The Boston Globe, June 10, 2011

Chicago's Prentice Women's Hospital on 'most endangered' list
Chicago Tribune, June 15, 2011

Healthcare Partnership Targets KY's Medically Underserved
HealthLeaders Media, June 15, 2011

ACOs: Stuck in the Wrong Conversation?
HealthLeaders Media, June 10, 2011

June 23: Webcast: Transform Your ED into a Profit Center

July 20: Webcast: Cultivating Physician-Hospital Alignment in the ACO Era

August 16: Rounds: The Real Value of ACOs

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