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Video offered on facility's role in recruiting physicians

May 25, 2017

Healthcare providers' built environments are becoming differentiators as they work to recruit and retain physicians, according to an article on the Medical Design & Construction website.

In a new video, IFMA's Health Care Institute offers strategies for how healthcare systems are doing just that.

"Creating Environments that Recruit, Retain & Support Leading Physicians," features designers and facilities managers describing how they are involving clinicians in their planning strategies. 

The video provides insight on how to create spaces where people want to work.

Read the article.



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