The American Association of Provider Compensation Professionals (AAPCP) held its annual event last month in Ludi’s hometown of Nashville, TN. It was a great gathering that included hundreds of participants from health care organizations across the country.
If you’re not familiar with the AAPCP, their annual conference offers members a variety of opportunities to network with colleagues, learn new skills and techniques, and gain access to educational resources that can help advance a member’s career in provider compensation.
As a corporate partner of the AAPCP, some of the Ludi Team participated in the conference, including myself, where I also had the opportunity to host a handful of small breakout sessions with participants. Here are five key takeaways I had from this year’s show:
Other insights from our recruitment small group discussions:
Overall, the AAPCP annual conference put a much-needed spotlight on what is often an undernourished area of a hospital’s operations. It uncovered and addressed some of the real challenges professionals in the compensation and recruitment sectors face, particularly in the wake of the pandemic. And members themselves appreciated the opportunity to share insights about their job functions with their peers and gain new ideas for better alignment with their respective physician teams.