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Cejka Search Experts Present Latest Developments in Physician Retention and CEO Leadership Skills
Date:2/6/2008

ST. LOUIS, Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Cejka Search, a nationally recognized physician and healthcare executive search firm, recently announced that several of its leaders will deliver two featured industry presentations: Top Physician Retention Strategies Audio Conference and the American College of Healthcare Executives 2008 Congress on Healthcare Leadership.

Audio Conference: Retention Strategies to Keep Top Physicians

Brian McCartie, Regional Vice President, Cejka Search and Kevin Donovan, FACHE, FACMPE, Vice President, Physician and Ambulatory Services, Elliot Health System, will share their industry expertise during the HealthLeaders Media audio conference titled, "Retention Strategies to Keep Top Physicians." The audio conference will take place on February 12 from 1-2 p.m. EST.

The audio conference will provide details about market forces that are making retention more important, effective physician retention strategies and tips, along with ideas to create a culture that encourages physician retention. Also, the audio conference will address turnover and retention issues, including how to create a formalized retention plan.

Participants can sign up with HealthLeaders Media for $259 per site, which allows access for one phone line and an unlimited number of listeners. For those who are unable to participate live, the audio conference will also be available on CD or audio archive at the same price. More information is available at http://www.hcmarketplace.com.

ACHE 2008 Congress on Healthcare Leadership

Deedra Hartung, Vice President, Practice Leader, Cejka Search and Nancy Etzelmiller, Vice President, Human Resource Business Practices, Catholic Health Initiatives, will serve as faculty for the seminar "Search for Tomorrow: Identifying the Top Skills for Today's CEO" at the conference on March 12 and 13 in Chicago, Ill.

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