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Getting Real with the Newbie! 8 things that surprised our newest teammate – Jocelyn

Core Values: Team, Service, Integrity, Genuine, Empowerment

Key Ingredients for Successful Physician Recruitment in Rural America

In last month’s blog we briefly touched on the challenges facing our rural healthcare organizations and the viability of our rural communities. In this month’s blog we would like to expand upon this topic and provide what we feel are key ingredients for successful physician recruitment in rural America.

We know people who are stuck…

Bianca also realizes how paralyzed with the fear of the unknown people become when it comes to a career transition. They are unsure of what they are qualified to do, they are scared sick of telling their boss they are quitting and the idea of starting over is petrifying. Her advice is this, “Just come in a visit with us. We are here to be a sounding board and together discover possible opportunities. Sometimes our solution is simply that you might need to take a vacation. It doesn’t have to be a permanent change to be life changing. The first step is usually the hardest, but the rest of the process is easy.”

Fees? What Fees?

Today is the day we are going to break the staffing fee stereotype.

Why Healthcare? Why Now?

When joining Preference in June of 2017, Brian Rahman, Owner and Operator of Converdia Health, brought with him over 28 years of industry experience and firsthand understanding of how healthcare staffing shortages are challenging the healthcare systems of this region. The experience and knowledge he brings to the table will offer alternative solutions to these staffing shortages and in return will allow Preference to continue to live out our purpose by helping the people of our community and region.

Artificial Intelligence in the Workforce Is “Real”

There will always be a cause and effect with Robots and Humans. Where one takes over another opportunity arises. There are pro’s and con’s to both and the real fact is that robots will never go away. We just have to find ways to co-exist in the workplace.