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Why Healthcare Industry Trends Include Layoffs

  • Jo Gardner
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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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From Locum Tenens to Permanent Placement

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Physicians job outlook is growing slower than average jobs.  Still, finding the right hire for permanent placement takes work and commitment.  Locum Tenens are not thought of as a permanent solution when brought in to cover a crisis, but handled the right way, they can be the right solution to your permanent placement hiring dilemma....
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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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...
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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...