With nearly 25% of licensed physicians over the age of 65 and nearing retirement, provider organizations must recruit newly minted physicians to backfill these soon-to-be vacated positions.
However, these young physicians have different preferences compared to their senior counterparts. For example, almost 70% of newly trained physicians prefer some type of employment over joining a physician-owned practice—making recruitment an even greater challenge for independent medical groups.
In this increasingly competitive job market, independent groups must reassess their existing recruitment strategy to ensure they attract and retain the best candidates to their organization.
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