How to find and keep topnotch clinical staff

Weiss, Gail Garfinkel
March 2002
Medical Economics;3/8/2002, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p36
Trade Publication
Offers pieces of advice on the recruitment of nurses and medical assistants for the medical practice. Significance of licensed practical nurses and certified medical assistants to the practice; Salary requirement considerations; Use of recruitment methods to attract clinical staffers.


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