What organizations offer when they recruit physicians
MANAGED CARE September 1996. ©1996 Stezzi Communications
When physician searches are conducted today, they're more often for salaried positions than in past years, and less often for practice opportunities with income guarantees. That's the conclusion of a leading recruiter's recent survey. Based on 1,352 physician search and consulting assignments undertaken from April 1995 through the following year, the survey also reported average salaries for the six most-recruited specialties and the prevalence of popular "perks" used to encourage physicians to accept a new position.
SOURCE: Merritt, Hawkins & Associates, Irving, Texas.