HIT Direct Hire Recruitment Best Practices

Healthcare IT talent - specifically Epic certified and Cerner experienced - is a limited and complex commodity, making the recruitment and retention process for these experts equally complex in a tight, candidate-driven market. The majority of HIT FTE roles are crucial in keeping optimal clinical and operational workflow. If the roles are not filled with the perfect talent, there will be a significant and immediate impact on care delivery, revenue cycle, operational and fiscal performance, HIT internal team retention, and stakeholder satisfaction.  This scenario is daunting for hiring leaders, many of whom feel like they are not in control of the recruitment process. Through many decades of healthcare direct hire recruitment success paired with deep healthcare industry expertise, RoundTable has identified key areas where hiring leaders can take control of the complex recruitment process, while making all the difference in identifying, recruiting and retaining the right talent: Make hiring a top priority. Many daily “fires” distract from [...]

2017-12-20T21:28:08+00:00 December 20th, 2017|Cerner|

Accelerating Change with Interim Healthcare Executive Leadership – Part 1

An Interim Healthcare Executive Leadership strategy can help healthcare organizations and medical group practices to: 1. Accelerate change, 2. Catalyze operational initiatives, and 3. Keep the organization moving forward. During the often 6-month plus process for recruiting a replacement for a key executive role, or during a time of leadership transition where the long-term value of the role is being assessed, the deployment of an Interim Healthcare Executive Leader can give senior leaders and their board of trustees a much-needed boost in these very challenging times. What Roles Do Interim Healthcare Executive Leaders Play? Interim Healthcare Executive Leaders are highly experienced, adaptable and reliable professionals.  They are enthusiastic and intrepid change agents who can quickly assess operational performance gaps, existing management strengths and weaknesses, and opportunities for improved physician alignment and integration. They provide senior leadership and/or the board of trustees the time they need to focus on other pressing issues during a prolonged leadership transition. More [...]

2017-12-20T18:24:20+00:00 December 7th, 2017|Interim Healthcare Executives|