The Kaye/Bassman Healthcare Information Management Recruiting has been providing clients and candidates with superior search services for 20 years. Kaye/Bassman draws upon specific knowledge acquired through practical industry experience to meet and exceed client expectations. Our Healthcare Information Management Practice is comprised of Partners, Search Consultants, project professionals and research staff. The average tenure of our leadership team is over a decade.
Kaye/Bassman’s extensive knowledge base and proven track record enables the Healthcare Information Management Practice to expeditiously yet thoroughly customize and complete each search. We provide outstanding service and bottom line results in placing a wide range of HIM professionals. A partial listing includes HIM Director, Data Quality Manager, Chief Privacy Officer, Health Data Analyst, Insurance Claims Analyst, Records Technician Specialist, Clinical Coding Specialist, Physician Practice Manager and Patient Information Coordinator. Kaye/Bassman candidates are members of AHIMA, insuring the highest level of quality.
“The Kaye/Bassman Healthcare Team is extremely capable and handled one the largest accounts in the Dallas office. They had excellent client relationships and worked to deliver even the toughest of skills. The team was friendly, thoughtful, and respectful of coworkers.”
“In my position as Department Chair of Surgery at the Nemours Children’s Clinic, I learned about Eric through his successful recruitment of two pediatric neurosurgeons at the local Children’s hospital. As we were unsuccessful with a former recruiting firm, we reached out to Mr. Dickerson to see if he can assist in a successful recruitment of several key surgical areas in our organization. I was immediately impressed with Mr. Dickerson in his organized approach and ambitious attitude in doing what was necessary to get the job done. We have been very pleased with Eric and he has been successful in filling many of our positions. We continue to work with him currently on additional faculty needs. ”