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Are you effectively recruiting and retaining high-performing staff?

Among the most significant challenges for all types of businesses in the next three years is talent management. According to Susan Cramm of Strategy + Business, an estimated 25% of high-potential employees plan to leave their jobs within a year. While this is an issue for businesses in all industries, projected shortages of healthcare providers and experienced executives make it especially critical that medical groups develop viable retention strategies.

Use this MGMA report to learn how recruitment and retention issues impact your organization’s success.
Learn how to identify and address key staffing issues in your medical practice and methods to best recruit and retain employees.

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