The Right Candidate Yields Client Success

RoundTable’s ability to maintain its outstanding level of client satisfaction and a 99% loyalty rate with our candidates and consultants rests on the ability to find the most qualified and credentialed person who can have the greatest impact for our healthcare partners. Here’s a closer look into how we bring our clients’ success through our recruitment process… STEP ONE:  Assessing the need Our clients hiring challenges: A robust assessment of our clients’ needs provides the initial framework for ensuring the candidate will make a good match. We consider our clients pain points and the specific hard and soft skills to remediate them: Outside of the job descriptions, what do you need this person to accomplish? Specific experience and qualifications/certifications What other important qualities must they possess? What our client offers to attract the top talent (intangibles): In order to attract the best talent, our employers need to identify and communicate the intangible appeal of working with them.  [...]

Revenue Cycle: Addressing the Talent Gap While Improving Performance

Over the last three years, healthcare systems (hospitals + medical groups), specifically within the Revenue Cycle function, have seen a dramatic shift in the standard for Talent and Performance.  Reimbursement changes, consumer demands / expectations, the breakdown of silos and the centralization of key functions has demanded more sophisticated and higher quality talent who can deliver top notch results – financial, operational and cultural performance.  Many health systems throughout the country, and more specifically in smaller but competitive markets, have struggled to fill key Revenue Cycle leadership roles with the right level of talent. TALENT. RoundTable’s interim leaders (industry top talent) have lived inside the four walls of a healthcare system for the majority of their careers, leading successful and high performing teams and functions (both Hospital & Ambulatory), and now leverage their strong background and experience to assist organizations in filling Interim Revenue Cycle Leadership roles while also improving performance, centralizing / standardizing key functions, developing [...]

2018-10-26T09:36:36-04:00October 26th, 2018|Interim Healthcare Executives, Revenue Cycle|

Accelerating Change with Interim Healthcare Executive Leadership – Part 2

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.  In addition to knowing who the Interim Healthcare Executive can be to your organization, you must know the right time to search and for whom you are searching.  When to Hire and What to Look for in Your Next Interim Healthcare Executive? When Full Plates Become Overflowing Platters - In the C-suite, we often feel that we are running out of time – health care is changing so rapidly.  Financial and reimbursement uncertainties, for example related to the Accountable Care Act, coupled with daunting budget challenges often pressure senior leaders to cut needed executive roles and skimp on leadership development training of promising administrative and physician managers, which could fill the senior leadership gap. The result is a chronically overwhelmed leadership team with an endless cascading list of [...]

2018-03-21T17:40:54-04:00March 21st, 2018|Interim Healthcare Executives|

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 [...]

2017-12-20T18:24:20-04:00December 7th, 2017|Interim Healthcare Executives|