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3rd Party Medical Recruiting Firms – An Affordable Solution

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A Shift In Priorities There is a new recruiting trend to watch in healthcare.  The new trend reflects a priority shift from time to hire to quality of hire.  Currently, healthcare facilities want candidate talent that fits their culture, and stays to grow their brand.  Creating that environment is a significant investment of both time...
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6 Things Hospitals Must Do to Make Their Staff Feel Less Stressful

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Things haven’t been going well for the healthcare sector even before COVID, but the pandemic exacerbated things. We’ve seen a record number of attritions in the industry and understand the need to make things easy for staff who are brave enough to continue. If you are looking for ways to help existing staff manage work...
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Innovations in Healthcare – Obstacles to Overcome

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As we published in past articles, there have been exciting innovations in healthcare. The Covid-19 pandemic triggered a fast forward wave of innovations in the medical field. So why does it seem like the gap between the desire for innovation and actual implementation is widening? Virtual care is more widely accepted years ahead of the projected...
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How To Help Your Healthcare Staff Improve Patient Care Experience

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It’s only the beginning of the new year, and we’re already reading reports about hospitals grappling with rising turnover. Almost a quarter of US Hospitals reported critical staffing shortages in early January. There’s also growing concern about staff members calling in sick because they’re getting infected with omicron or other seasonal illnesses like flu or...
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Lessons From the Pandemic: How It Changed Healthcare Forever

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We always knew that uncertainty is stressful, but researchers have recently confirmed that it is even more stressful than predictable negative consequences. Recent research found that humans have an evolutionary response to uncertainty – we practice our response to ever-present risks by recognizing when we’re not in control and using our energy to regain control....
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Physician Burnout Solutions You Need

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If you were already concerned about physician burnout solutions, this could be a demanding week for you and your staff.  People across the US struggle in the week following the 2 a.m. change to Daylight Savings Time (DST).  In fact, for years the American Academy of Sleep Medicine has demanded DST be abolished.  Their concern...
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You Need to Do More Than Lip Service to Retain Healthcare Staff

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Most people don't quit on a whim, even if they have always wanted to do so. In fact, quitting a job is one of the most decisions people will make in their career. And yet, we're in the midst of a tidal wave of resignations – so much so it's being dubbed, The Great Resignation....
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Why Healthcare Industry Trends Include Layoffs

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Why Healthcare Industry Trends Include Layoffs Amidst Shortages In the midst of healthcare industry trends of physician and staffing shortages, is it possible there were massive physician layoffs?  If so, why, and does it still continue to plague hospitals and other medical facilities today? Healthcare Industry Trends The Cost of Talent According to a 2020...
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What Third Party Medical Recruiting Can Do for You

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Who We Are Medical recruiting is an essential industry involving professional perspective, expertise, and the ability to find the best candidate for healthcare facilities seeking them. We know how to make compelling connections with physicians, physician associates and healthcare executives. We use those relationships to help our clients and their brands with more effiective medical...
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Physician Associate v. the Physician Shortage

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The Launch of the Physician Associate Physician shortages in the healthcare industry have been an ongoing issue for decades. In  1965 Eugene A. Stead MD, Duke University Medical Center created the first Physician Assisitant (PA) class to alleviate them. That first class consisted of four Navy hospital corpsmen who were medically trained. The PA training...