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To Discover Qualified Candidates, Look Within Your Organization

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Have you ever heard about a job opportunity and thought, “I know someone who would be perfect for this?” The clinicians at your organization have probably thought the same thing. They have connections with other physicians, and their referrals can benefit your recruiting efforts in numerous ways.  

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Filed under Referral hiring, tips for physician recruitment

Making Great Strides for Women in Medicine

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"Do not underestimate the impact your voice, your perspective, your knowledge, and your vulnerability will have on this ever-expanding field." -Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive a medical license in 1849 

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Filed under Women in Medicine Month, challenges facing women physicians

Finding Success: How a Hire of the Quarter Became a Dual Hire

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When Sudana Irby, a recruiter at TeamHealth, was tasked with hiring intensivists for a new program in Chicago, she assumed finding the right critical care physician would be “an easy, breezy, slam dunk.” However, it turned out to be one of her most challenging positions to fill.

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Filed under Hire of the Quarter, Doximity Talent Finder Success Stories

How to Attract & Recruit Active vs. Passive Candidates

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Have you ever struggled to fill a position, but then you come across a physician candidate who seems like the perfect fit? The candidate is qualified, highly motivated in their work, needs minimal training, and could bring new insight and perspective to the role. That’s a great day to be a recruiter! That is until the candidate responds, “I’m not interested in new job opportunities at this time.” This candidate is called a passive candidate, and there are a lot of these candidates out there. They’re often overlooked by recruiters because passive candidates aren’t actively seeking a new position. Here’s how to identify them:

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The 2022-23 Doximity Recruitment Checklist

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Recruiting is all about preparation and timing, so we created this checklist for physician recruiters to follow for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023. We recommend creating your own custom recruitment checklist, but here are some ideas to help you get started.

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The 5 Best States to Practice Medicine: What You Should Know

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Are you recruiting for an opportunity that is proving challenging to fill? It might be the geography. 

For physicians, no two U.S. states are the same. Deciding where to practice for a physician can be a very substantial decision, especially when the doctor’s family is involved. That’s why Wallethub conducts rankings of the best states for physicians to work in every year, which helps doctors decide where to practice. 

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Understanding Physician Compensation Models and RVUs

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Physician compensation can be complicated. Payment models are complex, and many doctors – especially graduating residents who are transitioning to full-time employment for the first time – often rely on physician recruiters to explain the distinctions. A physician’s medical specialty, the geographic region of the position, and the market size can significantly impact compensation, as well as the type of practice. What part of a doctor’s compensation is guaranteed? What portion is based on production or a percentage of profits? These questions are essential in understanding compensation for physician candidates.

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Filed under How physicians are compensated, Understanding RVUs

5 Things Recruiters Can Do to Support Physicians Facing Burnout

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Even before the pandemic, physicians and other healthcare workers were facing burnout. In fact, the U.S. Surgeon General recently reported that 54% of doctors and nurses were experiencing burnout before COVID-19, with nearly 66% of nurses considering resigning.

While both men and women healthcare workers are experiencing burnout, women – who often assumed more childcare responsibilities during the pandemic – have been the most impacted. According to Doximity’s 2021 Physician Compensation Report, 25% of surveyed women physicians reported they have considered early retirement due to COVID overwork. 

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Filed under Physician burnout, tips for physician recruitment

7 New Features You’ll Love on Doximity Talent Finder

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Talent Finder now makes it easier to get in touch with physicians. Plus, we’ve created a simpler way to view your job applicants–and that’s just the beginning. Here’s a list of seven product additions and updates, plus new functionality features requested by our clients.

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The Great Summer ‘22 Reading & Listening List for Physician Recruiters

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“What an astonishing thing a book is, one glance and you’re inside the mind of another person,” Carl Sagan once said. And there’s no better time to read than during summer. Whether you’re beachside, in a tent on a mountain, or putting your feet up on your porch, reading is one of the quickest (and most enjoyable) ways to expand your professional knowledge while you unwind.

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