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Staffing challenges: Being proactive instead of reactive


Get an action plan, but know that changes take time.

In a larger health system, sometimes it’s difficult to be reactive instead of proactive, or to expect change too quickly if a plan is in place. DHR Health in Texas took two to three years to implementing an action plan to recruit and retain staff, said Veronica Villareal, MHA/MBA, chief ambulatory officer for the system.

Villareal will present “Living in and Overcoming Staffing Uncertainty” as part of “Medical Practice Excellence: Financial and Operations Conference,” presented by the Medical Group Management Association March 19-21 in Orlando, Florida.

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