How to hire a practice administrator

By Carolyn Rogers

Frank discussions + due diligence make for a happy “marriage”

Business is booming at your four-person orthopaedic group practice, and your partners agree it’s time to bring on an experienced practice administrator. After interviewing several candidates, you select a well-spoken, seemingly intellectual and insightful candidate who holds a senior-level job at a major state-run hospital system. With numerous certifications and an advanced degree from a prestigious college, she boasts a sterling resumé full of accomplishments.

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