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CT Mandated Sick Leave
- CT Paid Sick Leave Q&A (November 2011)
- CT Department of Labor Guidance on Mandated Sick Leave (November 2011)
Merritt Hawkins Resources
- Pro Bono Physician Search Program
- Trends in Incentive-Based Physician Compensation
- 2011 Survey of Final-Year Medical Residents
- Community Health Center Recruitment & Retention Case Study, United Health Centers of San Joaquin Valley
- Clinical Workforce: Maximizing Opportunities with the National Health Service Corps – Webinar Audio and Slides
- Peer Power: Transforming Workplace Relationships – Download PowerPoint file
View the webinar here. Note: You will need to register on the site in order to view the webinar.
- The Best & Worst Paying Jobs for Doctors by Jacqueline Smith, Forbes
- Joint Commission – Revised Requirements on Translators
- NACHC – Retention Toolkit
- NHSC Jobs Center – Click Here
- The Retention & Recruitment Activities Initiative – Click here to learn more about the RRA Initiative to increase the number of NHSC providers who continue working in HPSA locations after their service commitment is complete.
- ECRI Institute announces new resources for Credentialing and Privileging Non-Physician Providers and Staff. Credentialing is not just for physicians and other clinical providers. HRSA Policy Information Notice (PIN) 2002-22 states that health centers must credential any individual who is required to be licensed, registered, or certified by the state, commonwealth, or territory in which the health center is located. This list includes, but is not limited to, licensed independent practitioners (LIPs) (e.g., physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives) as well as other licensed or certified personnel such as registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, physician’s assistants, laboratory technicians, social workers, medical assistants, dental hygienists, and nutritionists. The list should include locum tenens and volunteers as well. Click here to read their Get Safe! announcement and access their checklists and other resources.