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Alternative practice, payment models have growing appeal
If you're frustrated by declining reimbursement, complex insurance contracts and reduced time with patients, you may be looking at alternatives to traditional fee-for-service medicine. Perhaps you've considered transitioning to a direct pay, private medici...
Your colleagues offer guidance, suggestions on new opioid drug rules
Nearly 800 people attended the Indiana Attorney General's 5th Annual Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium and that included physicians, law enforcement and other health care providers. With the focus on Indiana's new Opioid Prescribing Rules now in effect, se...
New physician assistance website available
Are you or a colleague having difficulty dealing with stress? Anger? Drinking or other substance abuse? The ISMA Physician Assistance Program (PAP) was created to assist physicians experiencing difficulties in their personal or professional lives.
If you are a physician looking for a new opportunity, we are here to help. Indiana has much to offer, no matter if you prefer urban excitement, small-town charm, or some of both. We are in-house recruiters and will work to find you the best fit. Search for opportunities or give one of our members a call today.
Welcome to the official website of the Indiana Society of Physician Recruiters (INSPR). This website is a collective effort to better serve career-seeking physicians looking to relocate across Indiana. It is our intent to provide the best possible resources available in an effort to make the best match for the candidate and the health system.
INSPR exists to provide an opportunity for in-house physician recruiters in the state of Indiana to network and collaborate on the challenges and potential for recruiting and retaining physicians and other medical professionals. The intent is to utilize INSPR as an outlet for educational opportunities and the ultimate goal to recruit and retain well qualified physicians in and to the state of Indiana.