The best way to find out what your employees want and how to retain them is to ask them. Ask questions to gauge how you're meeting your employees' expectations. Not just "How's it going?", but specific questions to get specific answers. Explore why these people remain with your company. Why did they join the organization? How well are their objectives or dreams being fulfilled? Which aspects of their work do they enjoy the most? Which do they least enjoy? Are they receiving sufficient opportunities for growth and development? What would influence them to look elsewhere?
Companies erroneously spend too much time on looking for the correct skills and knowledge for the job and paying little or no attention to attitudes and behaviors necessary to a candidate perform at a high level. The fact is that most involuntary terminations occur because of improper attitudes and behaviors.
Do you work with a bully? The definition of bullying is activity that is unfair, humiliating, malicious, vindictive and intended to harm the victim. It is persistent and prolonged. In today’s high-tech world, bullying isn’t limited strictly to face-to-face interactions; this behavior has taken to computer networks, where it shows its face in nasty emails (after all, email gives you more time to choose your words and be unemotional – and it gives you a paper trail). No matter how it happens, though, bullying can be hurtful and it also can damage professional reputations.
By focusing on the necessary interpersonal communication skills that are needed during these times of uncertainty and change you will be able to develop a productive, collaborative, and respectful work environment.
The rules having to do with patient access of records need to be reflected in every health care-related organization’s policies and procedures. The guidance provides clear and detailed information on how to provide access, what can be charged for in fees, and what the individual’s rights are when it comes to access of information. The rallying cry for easy patient access and transfer of information increases daily and is no longer escapable. The proposed changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule would put into regulation the access guidance, and provide new avenues for patients to request copies of their records be sent to their current providers.
We will review the various elements of the physician employment agreement, focusing on the pitfalls and the problems that can develop when the agreement does not clearly define the relationship, and/or when the parties do not fully understand what is being agreed to,Such items as term and termination, termination for cause, duties of the physician, call, non-compete, and compensation are all items that should be clearly set out in the agreement and fully understood by the parties.
Have you spent thousands of dollars on locum tenens? Do you struggle to keep clinical professionals once you get them? This is the webinar for you. Whether you find it difficult to find professionals because of the pay scale you are dealing with, the area you are in, or the preconceived notions that may be out there about your organization, this webinar will discuss some of the best practices for finding and keeping your health care providers.