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Three Ways to Improve the Physician Interview and Avoid Hiring Mistakes

December 17, 2015

I am continually surprised by the lack of sophistication in the physician interview. Accordingly, I’m never surprised by their lack of effectiveness. Physicians do a poor job of evaluating job opportunities and hospitals and physician groups do a poor job evaluating physician candidates. Far too often, a few years into the relationship, both parties are unhappy and feel that their expectations weren’t met. It’s likely that expectations were never discussed, and possibly were unrealistic. One way to start improving this process; a meaningful interview.

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Bryan Warren Bryan Warren is the President of J3 Personica, a consulting, assessment, training, and coaching firm, and a guest blogger for PSI. Bryan is an expert in progressive talent strategies, with a particular focus on leader and physician selection and development.