Recruiting qualified surgeons takes more ingenuity than ever before. While signing bonuses represent the traditional ‘gold standard’ of negotiating new surgeon contracts, what an accomplished candidate really wants is guaranteed block time. However, promising a finite block schedule to individual surgeon's is both flawed and mathematically improbable.
In this on-demand webinar, LeanTaas Director of Client Services, Ashley Walsh and guest speaker Michelle Ballou, MBA, MS, RN, CPAN, Director of Patient Services, OR Administration at University of Colorado Health will dive into:
- Why you should never promise block time to incoming surgeons
- How management of ‘Open Time’ and ‘Collectable Time’ are the most practical recruitment incentives for top-tier surgeon
- How predictive and prescriptive analytics may be able to help with your surgeon attrition rates and recruitment efforts
Join us to discover how iQueue for Operating Rooms will enhance your recruitment efforts without promising block time.
|Ashley Walsh, MHA||Michelle Ballou, MBA, MS, RN, CPAN|
|Director of Client Services
|Director of Patient Services, OR Administration at University of Colorado Health|
As Director of Client Services for LeanTaaS, Ashley leads collaborative efforts with over 30 top tier health care organizations to develop high ROI predictive analytics solutions that improve patient access, patient/staff satisfaction, optimize resource utilization, and reduce service delivery costs. Prior to joining LeanTaaS, Ashley was a Perioperative Business Manager at the UCHealth Metro Denver campus. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Health Science from Truman State University in Kirksville Missouri (2002) and her Masters in Health
Administration from Maryville State University in St. Louis Missouri (2007). Ashley has been with UCHealth since February of 2009 where responsibilities include capital and operational budget maintenance, patient billing, utilization reporting, expansion planning, and perioperative supply chain management. Ashley is lean-trained and participates in regular process improvement initiatives across UCHealth. She continues to support UCHealth as a Sr. Financial Analyst.