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Experts to Highlight Key Trends in Physician and Healthcare Executive Recruitment, Leadership and Compensation
Date:9/16/2009

pitals" on September 23, 2009. Hartung will share her professional expertise in the academic medical arena, focusing specifically upon best practice executive search methodologies and executive leadership development strategies.

Medical Group Management Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO, October 11-14, 2009

Cejka Search is proud to be a Gold Affiliate Member of the MGMA. Brian McCartie, Vice President Business Development, will present "Ready for Retirement? How To Keep the Physicians You Have and Hire the Ones You Want" on October 12, 2009. McCartie will discuss strategies that enable hospitals and health systems to effectively recruit and retain physicians in a time of shortage, with a specific focus on contrasting what comparable groups are doing to keep pre-retirement physicians engaged, how Stark rules can help to attract top candidates, and advice for implementing a 'how-to' recruitment guide.

HealthLeaders Media '09: The Hospital of the Future Now, Chicago, IL, October 15-16

Cejka Search is proud to sponsor for the second year this important industry event which provides attendees with actionable strategies in such areas as improving the patient experience, attracting top talent, and creating a culture of innovation. The event also honors the winners of the 2009 Top Leadership Teams in Healthcare Awards Program which recognizes outstanding senior healthcare leadership.

Southwind Institute for Senior Health Systems Executives, Optimizing the Value of the Employed Physician Enterprise, Nashville, TN, November 4-6, 2009

The Southwind Health Partners event is designed specifically for non-profit health system C-Suite executives and has a focus on strategic, operational and financial success factors for the employed physician enterprise. Brian McCartie, Vice President Business Development will pa
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