Advice for senior practice owners: Choose new hires with care

Pinto, John B.
April 2008
Ocular Surgery News Europe/Asia-Pacific Edition;Apr2008, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p37
The article offers advice for senior ophthalmic practice owners when hiring new doctors and associates. Meticulous screening is suggested to find an associate, administrator or any critical worker who thrives on teamwork and professional responsibilities. Several questions to ask the candidates and help select the best doctors from the group including questions on their first paid job and family life are presented. Tips on active management of associates are also offered.


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