|Recruitment & Retention Toolkit: Webinar Series|
Welcome to Michigan Primary Care Association 's Recruitment & Retention Webinar Series. We know that recruitment and retention is critical for Health Centers. The following webinars can help guide recruitment and retention efforts in Michigan Health Centers, and also in training your Health Center staff to be more prepared and involved in this process.
Recruitment & Retention Webinar Series
Slideshare | Source: Steve Shotwell, Michigan Center for Rural Health, and Ryan Grinnell, MPCA
The National Health Service Corps and Michigan State Loan Repayment Program are two of the most powerful recruitment and retention tools for Federally Qualified Health Centers. As the application cycles for both programs open in January, join us for this one hour webinar where we will discuss the basics of the program and any new updates to the programs for 2015. Click here to view only the PowerPoint presentation slides.
Slideshare | Source: Kathleen Weber, Washtenaw Community College, and Dr. Timothy Hill, Cherry Health
This webinar shares opportunities for Registered Dental Assistants (RDA) to expand their skills and knowledge, and to discuss the impact the RDA workforce can have on dental services in a Michigan Health Center.
Presented as part of the 2015 Recruitment and Retention Webinar Series (in partnership with MPCA's Clinical Services Team)
2015 | Slideshare | Source: Ed Ura, Merces Consulting
The Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) is pleased to present the 2014 Compensation and Benefits Survey conducted by and provided free of charge to the Association and its members by Merces Consulting Group, Inc., as part of Merces’ commitment to the health center movement in our headquarters state. This survey, intended to provide information and guidance for management in making compensation and benefits decisions, is an essential tool for Michigan health centers to use in addition to other sources of information (including those from the government, local employers’ associations, and other professional societies and consulting firms). This is increasingly important as health centers move forward to recruit and retain providers and expand health care access.
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Human Resources Network
MPCA's Human Resources (HR) Network is a group of Michigan Health Center representatives responsible for recruitment, retention, human resources, and workforce development in Health Centers across the state, placing particular emphasis on recruitment and retention. Learn more and join today!