The staff is everything! We cannot do it without them.nnOur (and your) most valuable asset is the staff, their abilities, their training, their insights, their work ethic. If this is true, why do so many do it so poorly? When we buy a copier, lease space, buy a car, etc. we do research, we ask around, we make comparisons. Many practices hire staff based on a quick interview, maybe a background check and hope!nnSo many people are so good at writing resume’s making even the smallest experience look amazing. We—as employers—cannot say anything bad about a former employee when asked by a potential employer. That leaves us to make what could be a huge and costly decision based on an interview. All the world is a stage and anyone can be good for the 30 min (at most) interview.nnStaff recruitment and Placement is one part science and one part art:nnThe Science: Being able to see all the different websites, monitoring careers, having market trust and a network which allows for honest and straightforward assessments from former employers, neighbors, and colleagues.nnThe Art: That intuition and experience that allows for placement: Finding the best person, personality, attitude and ethos for the position, job and the culture.nnWe do staffing and we do it very well!nn
About R. Todd Welter • MS, CPCnFounder and President of Welter Healthcare Partners
nMr. Welter has over 25 years of healthcare industry experience assisting physicians and other providers, hospitals and other facilities with the business side of medicine. Through strategic planning and analysis, Mr. Welter’s main focus is to strategically increase revenues and profitability in this radically changing health care environment. Mr. Welter has a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership from Regis University in Denver where he has had an appointment as affiliate faculty in the School for Professional Studies for over ten years. In addition, Mr. Welter holds a faculty appointment at the University of Denver’s University College. In the Health Care Leadership program he teaches Macro Economics in Health Care and Innovative Strategies and Change in Health Care to graduate students.