Closed-Door Policy

Houttekier, Michael J.
December 2007
Marketing Health Services;Winter2007, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p39
Academic Journal
The article focuses on how to better physician relationships in health care organizations. A survey conducted by the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) and Cejka Search Inc. reports that physicians who are unsatisfied with their jobs at health care organizations leave their position within two years. Included is a list of reasons why physicians quit their jobs for reasons such as wanting to be closer to their family and feeling isolated. The article describes ways for health care organizations to communicate with physicians by the use of physician relations specialists.


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