Healthcare Executive Search Firms: Focus Search Partners’ 2015 Quality Outcomes Lead the Industry standard

Most healthcare executive search firms keep their quality outcomes private. We, Focus Search Partners continue to publish our quality results here. Actually, this is the tenth consecutive year Focus Search Partners has led all healthcare executive search firms with reporting quality outcomes. ### Our Healthcare Executive Search firm is focused on meeting the need for high-quality senior executive talent in the Healthcare industry. “We are keenly aware of the increasing trend within Healthcare to effectively monitor, manage, and report on a variety of metrics pertaining to key quality outcomes” says Paul Frankenberg, Managing Partner and Founder of Focus Search Partners, LLC, a retained Healthcare executive search firm with offices in Nashville, TN, Dallas, TX and Colorado Springs, CO. “Quality reporting ...

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Vaco Acquires Focus Search Partners standard

Vaco, a Nashville-based consulting and strategic talent acquisition firm, has acquired Focus Search Partners (Focus Search), a leading retained executive search firm. The Focus Search team has completed more than 700 search assignments and specializes in recruiting board members and executives for venture capital and private equity-backed companies. All members of Focus Search will continue to work with the firm. Now doing business as Focus Search Partners, A Vaco Company, the firm will expand the services offered by Vaco’s 27 offices nationwide. “We have long-admired Focus Search and the work of Focus Search’s founder and managing partner, Paul Frankenberg. Executive search rounds out Vaco’s suite of services and allows us to recruit a company’s executive leadership and then fulfill all ...

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Focus Search Partners Joins the Nashville Healthcare Council Trade Delegation to Paris, France standard

Article Reprinted from the April 12, 2013 Edition of the Nashville Post. Article written by Aileen Katcher. Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of posts this week from the Nashville Health Care Council’s International Health Care Mission to Paris. To view others, click here. As we ended the last session of the Council’s international mission in Paris on Friday, delegates reflected on the learning opportunities offered to them over the past five days. We began the trip anxious to understand what France was doing to achieve its strong outcomes and low health care GDP. Many insights were gained, but, as in so much with health care, there is no simple answer. We assumed quality measures would help ...

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