An in-depth look into Factors Affecting Physician Recruitment and Retention
An Albany Local Chapter Event
Among other interesting details, the 2017 Physician Practice Preference & Relocation Survey shows:
- 18% of physicians are “likely” and/or “definitely” making a career change in the next 12 months
- 17% of physicians will retire
- 30% name compensation as the motivating factor to change
- 32% prefer suburban areas
- And….Come to this event to find out
Join Regional Vice President of The Medicus Firm, Harold Livingston, as he presents interesting facts and figures about the factors which affect a physician’s decision to stay or leave a practice, geographic preferences, and their outlook for their career. This information will be beneficial to practices who seek to recruit new physicians or retain the ones they have.
8:00 AM Registration, Networking and Breakfast
8:30 AM Presentation
10:00 AM Event concludes
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About the Speaker
Harold LivingstonHarold Livingston has 20 years' experience in the field of recruitment with over 3,800 medical professionals placed in his career. His expertise includes physician recruitment and retention management. In addition, Harold has facilitated numerous medical staff development efforts through strategic assessments and physician needs analysis projects. Harold is dedicated to helping facilitate medical staff development and growth through physician recruitment, strategic staffing assessments and physician needs analysis projects.
Regional Vice President, The Medicus Firm
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