Other factors are important, but the starting point for recruitment is money. ... here.”. Remember that hiring someone is only the first step in a successful recruitment, added Dr.
The therapeutic strategies considered were lung protective ventilation, open-lung strategies such as lung recruitment maneuvers or positive end-expiratory pressure, neuromuscular blockade, inhaled nitric oxide, high-frequency oscillatory ventilation,
This month's issue includes articles on recruitment, locum tenens, cellulitis, and more.
currently risk failing to meet recruitment targets, they offered a practical approach for real-time pooling of individual patient data.
When it comes to recruitment, working conditions, empowerment and career path can become almost as important as the money and incentives.”. ... Nelson said. Informal face-to-face meetings-dinners, lunches, coffee or a drink after work-can yield huge
Switch to advanced practice providers plus telemedicine for ED coverage yields benefits at some rural hospitals
Critical access hospitals that stopped requiring local physician backup in their EDs reported cost savings and better clinician recruitment and retention, a survey of rural facilities' staff found. ... Implementing telemedicine coverage also decreased
Rural leaders hope early recruitment will lead to a bigger work force down the line. ... The Schneck program doesn't keep track of percentages, but Ms. Roeder reports that 16 physicians later practiced at the hospital after being targeted for recruitment
The study was terminated early due to low patient recruitment, but it provides evidence that alteplase does not provide significant benefit in mild, nondisabling strokes, according to an accompanying editorial. ... The study was terminated early by the
Recruitment efforts for North Valley Hospital in Whitefish, Mont., focus on its resort-like location in the biggest ski area in the state. ... Our recruitment challenge is like that of other small towns,” said John B.
But recruitment is only half the battle. You also need to worry about that other “R” word: retention.