Medical Professional Recruitment and Retention in Difficult Areas

Dr. Kori Novak 
Instructor: Dr. Kori Novak 
Date: Wednesday November 23, 2022
Time:

10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

Duration: 60 Minutes
Webinar Id: 603928

Price Details

Live Webinar
$139. One Attendee
$299. Unlimited Attendees
Recorded Webinar
$179. One Attendee
$379. Unlimited Attendees
Combo Offers   (Live + Recorded)
$269 $318   One Attendee
$599 $678   Unlimited Attendees

Unlimited Attendees: Any number of participants

Recorded Version: Unlimited viewing for 6 months (Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)

Overview:

Have you spent thousands of dollars on locum tenens? Do you struggle to keep clinical professionals once you get them? This is the webinar for you. Whether you find it difficult to find professionals because of the pay scale you are dealing with, the area you are in, or the preconceived notions that may be out there about your organization, this webinar will discuss some of the best practices for finding and keeping your health care providers.

Why you should Attend:

This webinar will provide tools and suggestions for you to help recruit and retain medical, dental, behavioral health and other types of high-demand medical professionals for organizations that are in difficult-to-recruit areas. This includes rural areas, high-crime areas, and low-wage areas.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • How do we find them?
    • Medical
    • Dental
    • Behavioral health
    • Other professionals (Optometry, Pharmacy ,Specialty)
  • How do we recruit them?
    • Rural
    • High crime
    • Low Pay scale
  • How do we keep them?

Who Will Benefit:

  • HR Manager
  • HR Director
  • Corporate Recruiter
  • Recruiter
  • HR Generalist

Speaker Profile
Dr. Kori Novak is an expert in familial (or non-professional or paid) caregiving. While her focus has been end of life, she also has represented familial caregivers in places like the White House Conference on Aging as a delegate from the state of CA. Her specialty in caregiving for families was borne out of her own very personal experiences with her own family.

She earned her PhD in Human Services where she focused this passion into her own intellectual exploration of aging and dying withing the US prison system.

Moving on she went to the Stanford School of Medicine where she did her post-doctoral work looking at ethno-geriatrics in the prison setting, Dr. Novak has been a noted researcher and expert in trauma, narrative medicine and health equity for underserved populations.

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