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How Are You Recruiting New Physicians?

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Consider your Selection Process When Recruiting New Physicians Your healthcare facility decided it is time to bring on an additional physician.  You discussed salary and skills attached to the position.  Before you take one more step, stop to consider a selection process geared toward efficient hiring.  PX3 Medical Staffing works with healthcare firms on a…

How social trends impact healthcare

How Social Trends Impact Healthcare

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Many things were in short supply in 2021. People initially thought the blame lay on a cargo ship stuck in the Suez Canal, but in reality there are several factors impacting the supply chain. A trade war, the pandemic lockdown, changes in buying habits, social trends and the great resignation also contributed to shortages felt…

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Has Your Retention Strategy Paid Off?

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Turnover in the healthcare industry is at an all-time high. The average turnover in US hospitals in 2020 was …

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Healthcare Challenges We’re Likely to Face In 2022

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We must get over the narrative that it’s challenging to get the elderly to use technology. This may have been true once, but not since the pandemic. Recent studies have found that older adults are open to adopting technology, especially when related to health. A recent report by Pew Research Center found that more than...
Mitigating the Physician Shortage

Mitigating the Physician Shortage

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The physician shortage is not new, nor is it surprising, but there are ways you can mitigate its impact on your facility.  You invested money and time in finding and training your physicians.  Healthcare facilities across the country are striving to protect their brand and their bottom line as they struggle to find ways to...
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Easy Tips to Help Your Employees Get Through the Holidays

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It’s that of the year again! Lavish meals, holiday parties, Black Friday deals, and secret Santa gifts may seemingly make work less of a drudge. But, holidays only add to the stress. A survey commissioned by Joy Organics found that nearly 88% of employees find holidays the most stressful time of the year, with some...
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2022 Healthcare and Physician Recruitment Trends

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When 2020 ended, The sigh of relief was audible throughout the U.S. There was a feeling of hope that we had “flattened the curve”. The crush of patients was delayed long enough to shore up supplies of PPE, ventilators and more. An exhausted healthcare workforce was still putting in overtime, sacrificing family contact and risking...
Multigenerational Recruitment: Finding the Right Stuff

Multigenerational Recruitment: Finding the Right Stuff

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Todays Medical Staffing Complexities It’s true that Medical Staffing has become more complex in the past 18 months for a number of reasons. Additionally, there is an explosion of demand in the wake of the pandemic, from overburdened infrastructure to staff burnout. No segment of the medical industry is exempt from the struggle to maintain...
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Recruiting Partner: Offsetting Talent Acquisition Costs

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The Need for a Recruiting Partner “The Great Resignation”, the unprecedented wave of employees leaving their jobs and even their careers is now a common boardroom topic. The phenomenon is being frequently experienced by American employers industrywide. The trend for employees to resign before lining up a new job to move to is troubling. Many...
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3 Reasons Why Healthcare and Medical Staffing Needs a Complete Overhaul

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Pandemic or not, healthcare workers have always been subject to stress because of work overload, excessive working hours, sleep deprivation, etc. The past eighteen months may have pushed them over the edge, but it has also made the world take notice of their contribution. We may have taken their services for granted in the past...