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Recruitment Webinar Series

From Search to Placement and Beyond: Best Practices in Niched Recruitment

With increasing competition in healthcare services, identifying the right talent can make all the difference in your service line performance. Optimizing specialty programs – in terms of cost and quality – is key to whole hospital success. Join Corazon for a three-part webinar series on hot topics in the Recruitment specialty that will take you through the full continuum cycle of search and placement and beyond. Register for one or all three below!

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Beginning the Search: Using a Vacancy as a Catalyst for Programmatic Change

Friday, April 30, 2021
12 PM ET

An effective recruitment strategy can make all the difference in securing the right talent for a successful specialty program. Finding the best fit for service line leadership, specialty physicians, and administrative roles can take time and resources, especially taking into account pandemic challenges faced in today’s new normal. Having access to a large, national candidate pool increases the likelihood of finding qualified candidates for an open position.

In this first of Corazon’s three-part webinar series, the speakers will:

  • Discuss the importance of aligning your recruitment strategies with the service line strategic plan and goals
  • Explore the value of retained vs. contingency searches to identify the right clinical and leadership talent
  • Identify opportunities to use a manpower assessment as the basis of specialty development plans and identifying the right talent that is the right fit in the organization
  • Address the need for succession planning for physician and administrative roles
  • Review leadership characteristics important to ALL new service line hires

While a position vacancy can be perceived as an overwhelming hurdle, it can also be considered as an excellent opportunity to ensure the continued growth and development of your specialty program.

This is a can’t-miss session…reserve your seat todayAs a special opportunity, this webinar is being provided free of charge.

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Setting the Stage: Understanding Key Recruitment Processes for Successful Placements

Tuesday, May 11, 2021
12 PM ET

Whether a small stand-alone hospital, a large national health system, or an organization that falls somewhere in the middle, it is important to remember that recruiting for new or existing positions, allows for the opportunity to enhance your program with the right talent and in turn, yield high-value returns for the future. Providing retained, contingent, or hybrid searches allows for effectively working with hospitals’ needs to place qualified candidates. Retained searches provide unique avenues to advertise for the position as well as a dedicated and highly communicative process to identify, screen, and present candidates.

In this second installment of Corazon’s three-part webinar series, attendees will:

  • Considerations to know when a program is ready to recruit
  • Strategies to attract talent, no matter your location
  • How an interim leader or locum physician can bring added benefits to a program while the replacement search happens in parallel
  • Tactics for creating effective profiles for differentiation and marketing awareness

This is a can’t-miss session…reserve your seat todayAs a special opportunity, this webinar is being provided free of charge.

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Engaging Your Team: Finalizing the Onboarding Process and Looking to the Future

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
12 PM ET

Onboarding is a multi-faceted process that begins during recruitment. If done well, the new leader or physician will be off to a strong start in the organization. Likewise, a successful onboarding process aids significantly in alignment and retention efforts. Often overlooked is having a thoughtful and well-orchestrated orientation plan in place for newly hired placements. Savvy hospitals understand the power of first impressions and use the onboarding process to help new hires feel connected to the organization from their first day on the job.

Recruiting and retaining the right physician begins with understanding your organization’s needs and matching them with what your organization can offer. Recruit high-quality candidates and interview them carefully to find the right fit. How do you develop an approach that ensures a productive and collaborative partnership will serve to advance not only the candidate’s own professional goals, but also the programmatic goals of the organization?

During this last session in our recruitment webinar series, Corazon experts will address:

  • The importance of having a thoughtful and well-orchestrated orientation plan in place
  • What the contracting process entails and how this impacts your financial structure
  • Monitoring performance and holding placements accountable to program goals, organizational vision, and also national benchmarks
  • How to retain your new hire with alignment goals for the future and succession planning

This is a can’t-miss session…reserve your seat todayAs a special opportunity, this webinar is being provided free of charge.

Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn & Facebook for additional industry updates, webinar announcements, and more!

Peer Review: A Strategic Choice for Continuous Quality Improvement

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
12 PM ET

The concept of peer review within healthcare service lines can be likened to a type of preventive maintenance, much like hospital equipment that involves regularly-scheduled check-ups to avoid a costly fix. Because, why wait for an event to trigger an investigative review and subsequent expensive repair or replacement? In many situations, the “retrospective” review comes at an already associated high cost – something that could have been prevented with ongoing and consistent maintenance.

Peer review, when considered as a strategic approach, provides an external opinion on the quality of care being provided by program physicians. The effort measures compliance with established best practices and guidelines, and engages physicians in continued quality improvement (CQI) by sharing valuable feedback. Peer review can also be used for reviewing positive outcomes as a means to promote successful decision making and expanding on methods that are working well for the facility. Peer review should be facilitated as a means of success, not just as a result of an event.

Join Corazon’s experts on June 2 at 12 PM ET for a complimentary webinar where attendees will learn:

  • How and when to initiate an external peer review process to provide the most benefit to their program;
  • The difference in retrospective and prospective peer review, and the different ways each can impact your organization;
  • The importance of recognizing best practice within your own team to enable standardization and consistently high-quality care; and,
  • Perspectives from Corazon peer review clients related to the value of ongoing external peer review.

Make a difference in the quality and efficiency of your care delivery!

This is a can’t-miss session…reserve your seat todayAs a special opportunity, this webinar is being provided free of charge.

Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn & Facebook for additional industry updates, webinar announcements, and more!

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