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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join fellow AAPPR and AIR members for an in-depth panel discussion on best practices for ensuring success when working with residents and fellows throughout the recruitment and onboarding process.

    From sourcing to the interview, hiring and onboarding process, working with new graduates can be both exciting and challenging.  However, new graduates may have questions or considerations that are different from more experienced providers.  Other organizations with training programs may seek to retain their residents and fellows after they complete their programs.  Join fellow AAPPR and AIR members for an in-depth panel discussion on best practices for ensuring success when working with residents and fellows throughout the recruitment and onboarding process.

    Ginger Canaday-Thompson

    Physician Recruiter

    Holzer Health System

    Ginger Thompson joined the Holzer team in 2017 with a passion to recruit the best fit physicians to her hometown of Gallipolis, Ohio and the southeastern Ohio region. She holds over 15 years healthcare experience ranging in roles from radiologic technologist, clinic management, and recruitment, all within the rural healthcare environment. She holds degrees in both applied science and healthcare administration. With a love of small-town living, she sits on community boards, youth committees, and enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and fur baby Chief on their multigenerational family farm.

    Emily Davidson

    Physician Recruiter

    Holzer Health System

    Driven healthcare recruiter with three years of physician recruitment experience, and over fifteen years in practice operations and employee management. Believes in the power of putting good into the universe, and recruiting top notch Physicians to Holzer Health System. Successful in sourcing, full cycle recruitment, resident/fellow advising, and medical student connections. Social media and marketing novice, but not afraid to take risks. Brunch aficionado, mother of one and proud to live in Ohio’s Best Hometown.

    Jennifer Kambies

    Director, Special Initiatives

    Cleveland Clinic Health System

    Jen has been working as an in-house staff physician recruiter since 2004. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Ohio University in 2002 and a MBA with a Healthcare Management focus from Regis University in 2008. She has been working at Cleveland Clinic in the Office of Physician Recruitment since 2007. Prior to her employment at Cleveland Clinic she was a physician liaison at DeKalb Medical in Decatur, GA handling physician recruitment and retention issues for physicians in the community. Jen manages the recruitment process for several specialties: Bioethics, Primary Care Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Orthopaedic Surgery and Physician Leadership searches as needed.  Additionally, Jen has oversight of the Resident and Fellow Initiative which offers career service support to trainees as they enter the workforce and Diversity Recruitment activity for the professional staff.

    Judd Mellinger-Blouch

    Director, Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center

    PA Association of Community Health Center

    Judd Mellinger-Blouch is the Director of the Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center. The Career Center helps community health centers and rural health clinics recruit and retain physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other primary care providers. Judd has been working in healthcare since 1986, predominantly in areas of public relations, marketing, communications, provider relations, and recruitment. Prior to joining the Career Center in March 2014, Mr. Mellinger-Blouch was Director of Marketing Communications at the Pennsylvania Medical Society, where he worked for 20 years. He started his career in healthcare as Public Relations Director for Community General Osteopathic Hospital, Harrisburg. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Master of Public Administration with a healthcare emphasis from Penn State.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This PPT slide deck highlights the importance of collecting, tracking and using data with your c-suite.

    This PPT slide deck highlights the importance of collecting, tracking and using data with your c-suite.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AAPPR Onboarding and Retention Demo

    AAPPR Onboarding and Retention Demo
  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join Michelle Varcho, 3RNet Director of Education Outreach, as she shares insights to effectively incorporate retention efforts into your organization's culture.

    Retaining employees in this difficult time is challenging, especially for the health care industry. It’s vital to use a strategic approach that emphasizes retaining your most valuable asset, your people! This 60-minute presentation will help you understand ways to effectively incorporate the important role of retention.  Through this webinar, you will learn proven strategies to ensure a culture of trust and develop an understanding of retention as a recruitment tool.  Finally we'll explore how the role of retention plays a vital role in the recruitment process.

    Michelle Varcho

    Director Education Outreach

    3RNet

    Michelle Varcho is the Director of Education Outreach for the National Rural Recruitment and Retention Network (3RNet). In this role, Michelle coordinates education-related activities for 3RNet members and rural and underserved facilities across the country including trainings using 3RNet’s educational tools such as the Recruiting for Retention manual, a rural-focused plan and guidebook focused on finding and keeping healthcare providers and staff in rural and underserved areas. Prior to joining 3RNet, Michelle was a Human Resources Director for a Federally Qualified Health Center in Jefferson City, Missouri. In this role she created and implemented strategies and best practices to overcome the unique barriers to recruiting and retaining providers in the rural health care arena. Michelle has over twenty five years of experience in health-care related human resources both at the local and national level. She has an MBA from Williams Woods University and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia College. She holds a Sr. Professional Human Resources certification since 2003.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation offers creative ideas for engaging, recruiting and retaining the spouse, as well as the physician they married. You'll gain many strategies, from both in-house recruiter and agency perspectives.

    How many times have your heard, "The offer looks great, but my spouse said there is no way they can move to xxxx!"? After this presentation, you will rarely hear those words again! This presentation offers creative ideas for engaging, recruiting and retaining the spouse, as well as the physician they married. You'll gain many strategies, from both in-house recruiter and agency perspectives.

  • Contains 6 Product(s)

    A series of recorded webinars for affiliate officers on the 5 M’s of Affiliate Leadership – Management, Money, Meetings, Marketing and Membership.

    A series of webinars to affiliate officers on the 5 M’s of Affiliate Leadership – Management, Money, Meetings, Marketing, and Membership. These sessions were recorded at the end of 2021 and early 2022 and should be applicable for several years.  This package includes the recordings, a copy of the slides, the new officer guide handbook and other downloadable resources.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    How standardizing and automating Locums Management processes with VMS Technology helped one healthcare system achieve efficiency gains, cost savings, quality improvements, and real time visibility.

    Acadia Healthcare, like many other large healthcare systems, had very little visibility into Locums utilization and costs. In addition, each facility was negotiating their own contracts, rates, and buyout terms. There were wide inconsistencies in requirements, screening, quality metrics, and processes. All of this led to a high level of inefficiency, unhealthy risk, duplicated work, and overspending on rates and fees. Acadia chose to partner with HWL to implement a comprehensive standardization initiative leveraging their proprietary Vendor Management Software which was designed for Locums management. The result is a standard contract across all facilities, benchmarked rate structures by market, automated and customized workflows for screening, onboarding, credentialing, time/expense approval, and invoicing. Acadia also benefits from HWL real time reporting on cost and utilization, vendor performance, quality metrics, and forecasted spending. By standardizing and automating processes, Acadia achieved efficiency gains, cost savings, quality improvements, and real time visibility.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Left unchecked, Burnout can have a devastating compounding effect, leading to lack of concentration, disengagement, withdrawal, loss of joy, severe emotional distress, and physical health issues. Learn how to build resilience and avoid Burnout!

    We all experience life stressors or stimuli at varying degrees. Many of us face challenges, priorities, and deadlines in life that can seem overwhelming at times. Left unchecked, these can have a devastating compounding effect. This can lead to lack of concentration, disengagement, withdrawal, loss of joy, severe emotional distress, and physical health issues. It can lead to Burnout!

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This PPT slide deck highlights what to consider when building the case to develop an onboarding program and how to sustain it.

    This PPT slide deck highlights what to consider when building the case to develop an onboarding program and how to sustain it.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    One healthcare system's journey through building the case for a dedicated onboarding program, highlighting their lessons learned, challenges, and opportunities for growth in a changing environment.

    This webinar will provide an example of one healthcare system's journey through building the case for a dedicated onboarding program, highlighting their lessons learned, challenges, and opportunities for growth in a changing environment.