Pairing newly hired physicians with mentors, or more experienced colleagues, can ensure smooth integration and instill cultural expectations early on. But how do medical group leaders structure these mentorship programs to adequately support new physicians while protecting the time of more tenured physicians? Advisory Board has pulled together resources and studies to support the creation of this particluar form of physician engagement.
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