RSI HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVE SEARCH FIRM FOR EXECUTIVE SEARCH AND RECRUITING
RSI HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVE SEARCH SOLUTIONS
RSI is the leading executive search firm for health care professionals and executives. In an industry that is growing rapidly it is important to have the most qualified executives, in order to carry out the future success of health care. Let RSI help your company find the perfect candidate that will provide you with the results that you are looking for. Health care has the potential to benefit mankind for the better and we are here to help make that happen!
Recruiters at Reaction Search are highly qualified to find the best candidates to fill the open position in your company due to their informative interview, behavior based assessment and a personal knowledge of what it takes to be successful in the healthcare industry.
CONDUCTING HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVE SEARCH FOR HIGH QUALITY HEALTHCARE CANDIDATES
Reaction Search is a nationwide health care recruiting search firm dedicated to finding highly trained professionals that match your company’s culture and needs. Our intensive search process enables us to recruit individuals who have exceptional experience and education. Every candidate we present to you has been evaluated under our standards to ensure that the candidate does not just walk in the door but is uniquely fitted for your job position. RSI delivers healthcare professionals that can step into the job and immediately start contributing to your company’s success. No matter what the position, whether the CEO of a company or an entry level healthcare professional.
A NATIONWIDE HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVE SEARCH FIRM NETWORK
RSI has a team of health care recruiters who specialize in discovering talent across the nation. These Healthcare recruiters have a proven process to find quality Healthcare candidates and match them to positions that fit their particular skill set. This rigorous selection process is refined to a science by our recruiters because a majority of our recruiters once held positions in the health care field themselves. Due to their extensive experience in the health care field the recruiters are able to identify and invest in worthy health care candidates. Located throughout all of the major cities in America.
The health care industry is highly competitive, arduous and rewarding.
Meeting the tough demands of the healthcare industry requires a certain set of personality traits, because despite what we may envision to be the truth, the healthcare industry involves hard work, pain, turmoil and stress. Some people have what it takes, and others don’t. While you don’t truly know if someone is cut out for the work or not until they’re in the industry, here is a list of character traits that each candidate should have if they want any hope of making it past the first week:
Nurturing and Stable Disposition:
It is a given that health professionals, particularly those who work directly with patients, need to provide nurturing care to patients; however, the trick is doing so while maintaining a degree of emotional detachment. Professionals unable to strike this delicate balance will find it difficult to deal with the human suffering they routinely encounter at work.
Even with impressive technological advances in medicine, the human element in healthcare is critical. "We think of machines, medications and surgery as the life supports in our healthcare system. But it is, in fact, the relationships nurses and other caregivers forge that are one of the most powerful therapeutic tools in healthcare," says Susan Gordon, author of Life Support: Three Nurses on the Front Lines.
Ability to Manage Stress:
Healthcare professionals suffer a high rate of burnout, through no fault of their own—imagine dealing with what they deal with day in and day out! Anyone in any profession can succumb to stress on the job, but certain personality traits place a person at risk in the healthcare industry. People who manage stress effectively are more likely to succeed in the industry and stave off the potential to burnout. In order to manage stress effectively, candidates must learn how to say no to unreasonable work demands, recognize their own strengths and weaknesses and be willing to discuss problems and feelings when they need to vent.
Today’s world is a business minded one, and patients today reflect that in their savvy and consumer-mindedness. They want to know as much about their health as possible, and no longer consider themselves passive recipients of care; they want to be partners in their health.
Patients shop for the best care available. Healthcare professionals, particularly those involved in direct patient care, must be prepared to educate patients about their health, involve patients in their decisions and provide quality care.
Even healthcare professionals not directly involved in providing care, like administrators, must prioritize patient satisfaction and care. These professionals are responsible for overseeing several aspects of quality such as health data, finances and clinical issues. Integrating these components into a facility's overall operation is largely what makes it successful.
Because the healthcare industry is in constant flux, work conditions can change quickly. For instance, many professionals whose jobs once centered on direct patient care may be required to take on administrative responsibilities. In this field where employee shortages persist, workers must not only perform their job, but also a variety of other duties.
Flexible healthcare professionals can make the constantly changing nature of the industry work to their advantage. Some healthcare professionals even opt to work in a variety of settings and shifts. Take the pharmaceutical industry, for example. Although community pharmacies are the most visible setting in which pharmacists operate, pharmacists also work in home healthcare, nursing homes, managed care organizations, pharmaceutical research companies, health agencies, higher education and emerging businesses.
Work hours may vary as much as the settings. Because many health facilities are open 24 hours a day, employees often work flexible shifts, which may mean evening or weekend hours.
Other changes within the industry involve technological advances aimed at improving medical care and overall operating efficiency. The advances, however, are only effective when employees are willing and able to adapt to new technologies, so if a candidate is unwilling or unable to learn at the fast pace that technology is being invented, then they may not make it in this profession.
However, if they can keep their cool in the midst of chaos, embrace change and do it all with a smile for those they service, the healthcare industry may be the fit they’re looking for.
DO THEY HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED WITH YOUR COMPANY
RSI’s Healthcare Executive Search Firm team specializes in specific careers. By determining which career path a candidate wants to take, and whether or not they have what it takes to succeed in such a career, RSI can successfully wrap up the search for your new Healthcare professional.