Sourcing Better Options for Healthcare Recruiting

Inline started 20 years ago as a retained physician recruiting firm. Early on, a client told us, “If you just find me a pipeline of candidates to interview, I can do the hiring.” That was the beginning of the subscription model of sourcing. Clients could pay us one monthly fee and interview and hire as many candidates as they wanted or needed. Today, Inline is truly the only “sourcing” company that exists in the physician and medical search world.

We developed RCP, our own sourcing platform to automate and streamline our process with AI and data matching. However, using technology and algorithms is only part of the solution. The other critical part of the solution comes from our team of professional, highly trained recruiters who source, screen and match candidates specifically to the needs of our clients. This human intervention allows us to send only candidates who both match, and want to work for our clients.

Over the last 15 years, our database has grown to more than 1.5 million records, and because of our professional Recruiter team, that data is scrubbed and updated every day. We are proud of the adaptive work we’ve done to deliver the best healthcare talent to our clients efficiently through the many changes in industry, technology, and global health.

Over the last
15 years, our database has grown to more than 1.5 million records

Meet The team

Inline Leadership

Co-owner + President

Kelli Mulloy

Kelli Mulloy is a CPA and the Co-Owner and President of The Inline Group. After 20 years in banking and technology she left Bank of America to start Inline’s predecessor with her husband. Using her experience in technology, product development, and process design, she helped Inline evolve into the company it is today.

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CPA + Co-Owner
Terry Mulloy
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Senior VP
Scott Waters
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VP of Client Services
Jillian Larkin
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Jim Eisenhauer
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Director of HR & Talent Acquisition
Ashley McDaniel
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Senior VP
Joseph Valdez
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Dawn Gilette
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Perspectives from the Pipeline

16 Jan 2023
2022 Roundup: Our Must-Read Articles of the Year

Each year presents new challenges and opportunities in healthcare recruiting. Luckily, Inline stays on top of the latest events and keeps you up-to-date with hiring trends, recruiting tips and tricks, and everything in between. Haven’t had time to read all of our posts this year? Don’t worry! We’ve collected our most read articles in one place so you can prioritize the juiciest topics.

In-House Recruiter Memes That Are a Little Too Relatable

Top 5 Mistakes People Make Before Searching for a Job

“Try Before You Buy” with Inline’s On Demand Platform

Go “All-In” with Inline: Your One Stop Shop for Healthcare Jobs

7 Tips for Finding Your Dream Job

5 Practices You Probably Forget When Onboarding New Talent

21 Dec 2022
New grads are in demand. Here’s what you should know.

They say a new year means new opportunities and it's never been more true for recent healthcare graduates. Fresh from schooling, a whole new crop of healthcare professionals are on the hunt for new opportunities. As a recruiter, this is a very exciting time, but it can also be a little bit overwhelming. 

When attracting new recruits, it’s important to know what they’re looking for and how competitive the market it is for them. So we’ve put together some information that might help you attract this eager and ready talent pool. 

Are new grads in high demand? 

You bet. In a survey completed by Merritt Hawkins, 45% of newly graduated doctors received 100+ offers during training and 66% received 50+ after graduation. With shortages, doctors of all levels – but especially those looking to begin and grow their careers – are some of the most in-demand candidates in healthcare. 

Do hospitals have opportunities for new grads? 

Absolutely. A survey done by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing found that the average job offer rate for nurses with a BSN was 76% and 75% for entry-level MSN graduates.

Doctors are also in high demand. The Association of American Medical Colleges has predicted that by 2032, the industry will see a shortage of approximately 122,000 doctors, including a shortage of 55,000 primary care physicians and approximately 66,000 specialists. With a shortage looming, hospitals are eager to place candidates for the long term. 

What perks are new graduates looking for? 

New graduates are learning a lot from current healthcare professionals and many are focused on avoiding burnout. The main perk they’re looking for is work-life balance. Flexible schedules, telemedicine, and time off are all perks that can attract this new crop. 

New graduates also value career growth and opportunities for learning on the job. Providing ample opportunities for growth can go a long way to not only attracting candidates but to keeping them. 

Fresh grads are in high demand, but you shouldn’t stress — Inline can help you find the perfect candidate right now. With Inline, you don’t need to sacrifice quality to stay within your budget. Our team of industry veterans is ready to help you fill your staffing needs, however big your organization is. If you’re looking to snag a new recruit, join our platform today.

14 Dec 2022
What We Look for in FQHC Candidates

If you’re a mission-driven healthcare professional looking for a new career opportunity, it’s time to start looking at your Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) clinic options. 

At Inline, we’re no strangers to FQHC clinics. In fact, our recruiters have placed many candidates looking for rewarding careers at these public or non-profit clinics that offer high-quality care to patients regardless of their ability to pay or insurance status. 

FQHC clinics are driven by the mission to improve lives in communities that may not have access to high-quality care. Often located in rural or underserved communities, these clinics provide cost-effective preventative care and offer patients access to affordable immunizations, mammograms, health education, and other life-changing screenings.

We recently asked our recruiters what the vetting process looks like for candidates interested in a position at an FQHC. 

  1. Looking for mission-driven people: Before placing a candidate at an FQHC, we want to make sure they know what it means to work at this type of facility. This means reviewing their previous experience. But if they haven’t worked at an FQHC, that’s OK - a top candidate might have similar experience and be seeking to help patients in a different way.
  2. Searching for jacks-of-all-trades:  FQHC clinics are often understaffed. We’re looking for candidates that can keep an open mind, have the ability to pivot when needed, and are ready and willing to roll up their sleeves no matter who comes through the clinic doors.
  3. Examining certifications and training: Because FQHC clinics can serve a broad spectrum of patients from a variety of social and economic backgrounds, we look for candidates that might have extra certification and specific training in areas that might better aid the population they’re serving. 

If you’re looking for a mission-driven healthcare career, it’s time to look into FQHC clinics. Our industry veterans have decades of experience placing candidates who live to serve in opportunities that allow them to do so. If you’re interested in making the leap, join our platform today.

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