[Infographic Guide] 10 Steps for a Successful Culture Assessment

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A good company culture can be the difference between recruiting and keeping the best healthcare professionals and a constant recruiting struggle. This infographic guide outlines the 10 steps to take for a successful assessment.

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10 steps for a Successful Culture Assessment

  1. Identify sponsor and/or culture project team
  2. Executive team defines the leadership practice critical for achieving the mission
  3. Select culture assessment
  4. Communicate to all what’s coming and how they’ll be involved
  5. Administer online culture assessment
  6. Review results with executive team
  7. Plan roll-out of results to all and hold group feedback sessions
  8. Explain next steps and assign action team
  9. Close the gaps to reach top workplace benchmarks
  10. Re-survey after 12 to 18 months

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Social Media

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Practice Environment

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Physician recruitment relies on the ability of recruiters to make a connection. Successfully connecting with a candidate requires really understanding who that candidate is on a day-to-day basis and the challenges they face. To learn more about what a physician’s practice environment looks like, download the infographic below: Physician Trends – Practice Environment.

Physician Trends – Practice Environment

81% of doctors are at capacity or overextended

53 hours is an average workweek for a physician

9-12 hours per day on average

22 is the mean number of patients seen per day

20 minutes is the mean time spent with each patient

Physicians initiate the majority of acquisition talks

Primary Care practices make up the majority of acquisitions by hospitals

77% of physicians said selling their practice was the right decision

Employed physicians younger than 45 are more likely to have never been in private practice

92% of residents would prefer employment with a salary rather than an independent practice income

In the past decade, the percentage of hospital-owned physician practices has tripled from about 25% to almost 75%

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Social Media

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We live in a connected world where the effort required to communicate with someone has fallen causing the frequency and volume of communication to rise significantly. To effectively reach physicians it’s import to understand how they network and what platforms they use to stay connected. Learn more about physician networking by reviewing the infographic below: Physician Trends – Social Media.

 

Physician Trends – Social Media

87% of physicians ages 26-55 are using social media

65% of traditional physicians ages 56-75 are using social media

Source: CDW Healthcare 2015 Healthcare Social Media Report

 

94% of all physicians use smartphones for professional reasons

31% of all physicians use social media for professional networking

Source: Maximizing Multi-Screen Engagement Among Clinicians Epocrates, Inc 2013; MedTech Media 2015

 

11% of physicians are actively seeking

76% of physicians are passively seeking

13% of physicians are not seeking

39% of physician candidates reported being contacted multiple times per week about job opportunities

Source: Doximity Physician Survey

 

36% of job seekers are active on LinkedIn

40% of job seekers are active on Twitter

83% of job seekers are active on Facebook

70% of job seekers are active on Doximity

 

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Supply and Demand

The most discussed trends in healthcare are the current and looming staffing shortages. How big the shortage is, what can be done about it, and who will be…

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Supply and Demand

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The most discussed trends in healthcare are the current and looming staffing shortages. How big the shortage is, what can be done about it, and who will be affected are all being debated at water coolers across the country. Get caught up on this hot topic by reviewing the infographic below: Physician Trends – Supply and Demand.

Physician Trends – Supply and Demand

72% of physicians believe there is a physician shortage

Source: 2014 Survey of America’s Physicians by Physicians Foundation

The projected physician shortfall by 2030 is 40,800 – 104,900. Physician retirement decisions are projected to have the greatest impact on supply. If underserved populations had standard care utilization patterns, demand for physicians would rise substantially. Achieving population health goals will likely raise demand for physicians. Demographic trends continue to be the primary drivers of increasing demand from 2015 to 2030.

Source: The Complexities of Physician Supply and Demand 2017 Update: Projections from 2015 to 2030 IHS Markit for Association of American Medical Colleges.

Scenarios That Could Impact Demand

  1. Changing demographics
  2. ACA expanded medical insurance coverage
  3. Integrated care delivery model
  4. expanded use of retail clinics
  5. Increased use of advanced practice nurses

Source: Complexities of Physician Supply & Demand: Projections from 2013 to 2025, AAMC

Rural Demand

Primary Care physicians in rural areas are older and nearing retirement.

Source: Healthcare Workforce Distribution and Shortage Issues in Rural America January 2012

“As physicians retire, local health systems struggle to replace their core medical staff.” – Randy Gott, SVP The Advisory Board Company

Source: “Is the physician shortage a real concern? Depends on where you live,” – Advisory Board Company, Sept. 2, 2015

About 20% of Americans live in rural areas with no easy access to primary care or specialist services. Only 10% of physicians practice in rural areas.

Source: Trend Watch American Hospital Association January 2015 and Doximity

Key Physician Shortages by 2025

Medical Sub Specialists: 5,110 -12,300

Primary Care: 12,500 – 31,100

Specialists and Surgeons: 28,200 – 63,700

Source: AAMC Physician Supply and Demand through 2025 March 2015

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Social Media

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Telemedicine

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The global telemedicine market is projected to expand by 14.3% by 2020. View or [download] our latest physician trends infographic – Physician Trends 3 Telemedicine, to see how physicians and the telemedicine industry are impacting healthcare.

 

Physician Trends Telemedicine

Telemedicine Growth

The global telemedicine market is projected to expand by 14.3%. – Source: Nathaniel Lacktman, Esq. Healthcare Partner Foley & Lardner, Tampa, FL

Telemedicine Legislation

Over 200 pieces of telemedicine-related legislation have been introduced in 42 states.

Currently, 29 states have enacted laws requiring health plans to cover telemedicine services. – Source: State Telehealth Laws and Reimbursement Policies Report April, 2016

Employers

35% of employers with onsite health facilities offer telemedicine.

12% more plan to in the next 2 years. – Source: Towers Watson 2015 Employer-Sponsored Health Care Centers Survey, February-March 2015

Nearly 70% of employers will offer telemedicine services as an employee benefit by 2017. – Source: Advisory Board Company 2014 Medical Staff Engagement Benchmark Report

Use and Participation

64% of Americans are willing to use telehealth.

57% of Primary Care Physicians are willing to conduct video visits with their patients. – Source: American Well 2015 Telehealth Survey (conducted by Harris Poll)

90% of Healthcare Executives report that their organizations have begun developing or implementing a telemedicine program. – Source: Foley 2014 Telemedicine Survey Executive Summary

Patients using telemedicine will increase from 350,000 to 7 million in 2018. – Source: IHS Newsroom Global Telehealth Market Set to Expand Tenfold by 2018

Benefits of Telemedicine

Almost 75% of medical visits could be handled safely and effectively via a phone or video. – Source: C2 Solutions

Almost 20% of Americans live in rural areas with limited access to primary care and specialist services. – Source: Trend Watch American Hospital Association January 2015

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Physician Networking

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Physician Networking

31% of healthcare professionals use social media for professional networking – Source: MedTech Media

61% of physicians scanned social media for medical information at least weekly – Source: 2012 study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research

46% contributed information to social media on at least a weekly basis – Source: 2012 study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research

AMA membership has fallen from a high of 70% of U.S. doctors in the 1950 to 15% in 2011. Meanwhile, social networking and crowdsourcing sites have seen a substantial increase in the number of physician users/members – Source: AMA Annual Reports 2010-2014, Sermo, Doximity, Figure 1

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[Infographic Guide] Physician Trends – Physician Engagement

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Physician engagement is a critical, though often overlooked, component of hospital health and culture.  In fact, The Advisory Board reports that 3 in 5 physicians do not feel engaged with their current employer.  Download our comprehensive infographic to get a better understanding of the physician engagement landscape and learn how to better engage your physician team.

 

Physician Engagement

Physician Engagement Gap

A Jackson Healthcare Physician Engagement Survey in the Spring of 2016 found large gaps between the degree to which physicians are engaged and the degree to which hospital administrators believe physicians are engaged.

41% gap – Physicians involved in clinical decision making

34% gap – Problems resolved in a fair and satisfactory manner

30% gap – Hospital treats physicians with respect

28% gap – Physicians involved in administrative policy decision making

21% gap – Physicians trust hospital leadership team

3 in 5 physicians who are employed are not engaged – Source: Advisory Board Company 2014 Medical Stagg Engagement Benchmark Report

Achieving a State of Active Engagement

Physicians are willing to make decisions in the best interest of the system without tunneled focus on their individual practice. – Source: Steve Corso, Managing Director, MSIGHT Physician Engagement

Hospital Systems actively seek to optimize the physician experience, even if cultural and organizational structures must be modified. – Source: Steve Corso, Managing Director, MSIGHT Physician Engagement

Impact on Success

Creating system-wide physician alignment is one of the most challenging initiatives for hospital executives, and one of the most crucial to success on a wide range of cost, quality, and experience initiatives. – Source: Health Care Advisory Board

51% more inpatient referrals were given to the hospital from fully engaged physicians – Source: Gallup Study on physician engagement quoted in What Too Many Hospitals are Overlooking

3% more outpatient referrals were given to the hospital from fully engaged physicians – Source: Gallup Study on physician engagement quoted in What Too Many Hospitals are Overlooking

5 Key Drivers for Physician Engagement

  1. Alignment of executive team actions and clinician goals
  2. Open/responsiveness of organization to physician input
  3. The interest of physician in leadership opportunities
  4. Autonomy of physician in managing individual practice
  5. Support of organization in the economic growth and success of the physician’s individual practice

Source: Bill Heduc, June 25, 2015, Advisory Board Company, The 12 Statements that Define Your Physicians’ Engagement

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