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30+ days ago

Geriatrician Hospitalist Post Acute Care (Full-Time) – easy apply

IPC Healthcare Denver, CO

As an IPC hospitalist, you will be rewarded with a highly attractive compensation and benefits package. Plus the satisfaction of being part of a… IPC Healthcare

30+ days ago

Post Acute Care Outpatient Opportunity (Full-Time) – easy apply

IPC Healthcare Denver, CO

Established in 2000, IPC Denver has 9 hospitalists serving two hospitals in Denver and Englewood. Senior Care Division has 64 providers. Join the… IPC Healthcare

30+ days ago

Director of Business Development - Denver, CO – easy apply

IPC Healthcare Denver, CO

The Director of Business Development will implement sales and marketing activities that will generate new marketing leads, grow existing business… IPC Healthcare

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    Proactive. Very strong/dynamic Corporate Management. And technology is state of the art-- Virtual Office IPC Link enables the company to stay connected to all aspects of business continually.


    Weak local management; little support

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    Create a report card for Operations managers and Recruiter so the POD actually knows what these people are contributing to the success of the POD. Physicians feel they are doing all they can--seeing patients and presenting a positive impression of IPC at the local level; they do not feel that management has enhanced relationships in any way. PGLS do reports, lets see one from Ops Managers that everyone can read; if the submitter is missing the boat or doing things behind the scenes the POD will know. Physicans pay 30% to IPC and want a better understanding of where that goes. As far a recruiters-- we see candidates but not those who have inquired and passed for some reason. All that is helpful to know--is there something we should be doing differently, are we seeing as many candidates as other local group are seeing, etc., why is someone choosing a competitor and not us?


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