Vetting vs. Recruiting: this is a balancing act. No one wants to make a bad hiring decision, but knowing when to vet and when to recruit can be the difference between getting a great new hire or just someone to fill a seat. Most hiring authorities start vetting before they have sold any value. Sell your opportunity first and then explain to the candidate what you are looking for.
“We have a critical need for a Clinical Informatics Specialists,” an FQHC told us. “We have a bunch on our plate right now. With everything from Meaningful Use compliance, ongoing EHR upgrades & optimization, and more urgently physician and clinician integration – we need a clinical informatics expert that can bridge the communication gap between the clinicians and the IT folks!”