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Over this past summer, the NAPR Board of Directors reached out via an email online survey asking the membership to offer their ideas and opinions regarding our association. The response was excellent! As an added plus, any member who participated was entered in a drawing to win a $500 credit toward any NAPR service/benefit.

Drumroll please ... and the winner of the NAPR Member Satisfaction Survey drawing is Ms. Andrea Boehme Hernandez of Medstaff National Medical Staffing in Cary, North Carolina! Thank you to Andrea, and all those who participated in the survey. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! Stay tuned for updates on exciting new changes happening with your association. In fact, make sure to register for the 2016 NAPR/NALTO Annual Convention to be held March 2-4, 2016, at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida. Your voices have been heard, and some exciting new sessions have been added to the meeting! The sessions will be announced soon ... so save the date to come to Orlando!
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INDUSTRY NEWS


Recruiting 'out of the box' healthcare executives
Executive Insight
When looking for new leadership and working with executive search firms like mine, healthcare organizations often ask for "out of the box" or "nontraditional" candidates, perhaps outside of the industry. Often what they are really saying is, "Give us someone new to consider." At other times it means, "Help, we need new ideas and innovation!"
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Millennial challenge: Different HR approaches needed for new generation of doctors
Modern Healthcare
Medical groups, health systems and other healthcare organizations are trying to figure out the needs and desires of millennial doctors and other healthcare professionals so they can more effectively court them for jobs. Recruiters say it's a quite different challenge than hiring the workaholic post-World War II generation of health professionals, who often didn't have the term "work-life balance" in their vocabulary.
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Toward physician alignment
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The healthcare industry is challenged by the need to transform both the clinical and financial aspects of care delivery. Among the challenges leaders are facing is that the financial foundation of the industry is heading toward a variety of risk-sharing payment mechanisms, but for most, fee-for-service reimbursement remains the source of a sizeable portion of revenue.
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Physicians' top tips for staying on schedule
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We asked physicians how they keep pace with their busy schedules. Here's what they said.
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Survey: EHRs have positive impact on healthcare, and most like them
By Scott E. Rupp
Capterra, a company that essentially helps software buyers connect to software sellers, has published the results of a recent survey designed to better understand the needs of medical software buyers and vendors. The survey attempts to provide an integrated picture of just how people are finding, buying and using electronic health record, or EHR, software. One of the key findings of the survey was that only 7 percent of respondents were dissatisfied with their EHR.
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Physicians reveal lack of time as greatest challenge in caring for chronic care patients
HIT Consultant
As healthcare shifts to value-based care, there is growing emphasis on helping patients with chronic conditions better manage their health. Patients with two or more chronic conditions – such as heart failure, diabetes and asthma – make up more than two-thirds of the entire Medicare population. And caring for these patients requires extra time – something most physicians don’t have. Physicians looking to bring more personalized care to their practices report difficulties implementing the additional services needed for this group of patients.
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Bias holds women back in academic medicine, studies suggest
The Advisory Board Company
While nearly half of medical school graduates are women, female doctors and researchers are far less likely to obtain full professorships at medical schools and gain access to biomedical research funding, according to two new studies in JAMA. For the larger of the two studies, researchers examined 2014 data on about 30,000 female and 61,000 male doctors with faculty appointments at U.S. medical schools, including information on their NIH funding, specialty and publication history.
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RECRUITING NEWS


Wake up, recruiters — job seekers are calling the shots now
Forbes
Now that the Wall Street Journal says the U.S. is at nearly full employment, things are going to get tougher for employers trying to hire people. They're going to have to look at their recruiting processes, their salary and benefits and most of all, their company cultures, because that is what makes good people stick around or leave.
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Mobile recruiting: 3 ways to make it work for your company
Business News Daily
In the modern job market, candidates expect to be able to search, view and apply to jobs right from their smartphones. As a result, mobile recruiting has become a hot topic among businesses, especially those who are just starting to ramp up their hiring efforts. Smaller companies may be on the fence about investing in a mobile-optimized hiring process, but if you want to draw in today's top talent, you'll need to reach them where they are.
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Survey: 92 percent of recruiters use social media to find high-quality candidates
Social Times
Social media is playing a larger role in the recruiting process. Recruiters check the social profiles of potential candidates prior to hiring, and are also increasing their budgets for more social hiring efforts. A new study from Jobvite, the Recruiter Nation Survey 2015, provides more insight into how recruiter attitudes are changing.
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5 ways HR leaders can win talent through branding
Forbes
HR executives must step up their game when it comes to acquiring, engaging, and retaining talent. Just as their marketing colleagues have done for years, HR pros need to build an authentic and attractive brand, define communities of interest, and target their messaging, says Christine Mellon, Oracle vice president of HCM transformation.
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How the world's top companies keep their employees engaged
By Eloise Allen
Employee engagement is one of the most important aspects of managing a company. It encourages employees to contribute as much as possible and discourages them from leaving, preventing a talent drain and saving money hiring replacements. The challenge, however, is to find the formula and develop the corporate culture of values that engages them in the first place. So how do companies like Google, Apple, Coca-Cola, Nike and Disney engage their employees?
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5 job posting mistakes to avoid
Uloop
If you are trying to recruit college students, there are many things in the listing that will catch their eye, as well as some things that might deter them from applying. And since you want them to apply, here are five job-posting mistakes that you should avoid to get as many college applicants in as you can.
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RETIREMENT & BENEFIT NEWS


Auto-escalation on the rise in retirement plans
Employee Benefit News
The retirement industry is hopeful that Americans are beginning to save enough for a successful life post-employment, and auto-escalation plays a big part in such optimism. The auto-escalation movement, which automatically increases the percentage of an employee's salary that is contributed to a retirement plan, is getting more Americans on track for retirement, says Joleen Workman, assistant vice president in the retirement division of Principal Financial.
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How to create a solid employee benefits package
Entrepreneur
Once you have great employees on board, how do you keep them from jumping ship? One way is by offering a good benefits package. Heading the list of must-have benefits is medical insurance. But many job applicants also demand a retirement plan, disability insurance, and more. Tell these applicants no benefits are offered, and top-flight candidates will often head for the door.
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Benefits of workplace education and training
Business 2 Community
Companies of all sizes know how important it is to offer workplace education and training to employees. It can mean the difference between a high turnover rate and strong employee loyalty. Workplace education and training can take on different forms, including sending employees to conferences, back to school or by having speakers come to the office to make presentations. Here, we will discuss the benefits of workplace education and training on a company.
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