In the age of COVID-19, has being healthcare provider left you feeling isolated and mentally drained at times? Whether you are permanent staff or a locum tenens provider in a stressful healthcare environment, there’s no denying that the stress of the pandemic can take its toll on your mental health and well-being.
2020 was a tumultuous year for many healthcare professionals. That’s why physicians are increasingly considering the benefits of locum tenens work.
Do you make new year’s resolutions? As the year gets underway, it’s not too late to set goals and make professional resolutions to grow your healthcare career.
Has your work as a provider left you feeling physically and mentally exhausted? There’s no denying that these unusual times have taken their toll on healthcare providers, and locum tenens physicians are certainly no exception.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed searching for locum tenens assignments? If you’re new to locum tenens work, there’s no doubt that choosing the right jobs can be a stressful and tedious process.
Many physicians have expressed dissatisfaction with the U.S. healthcare system for a variety of reasons ranging from the grueling hours to frustration with an increase in administrative tasks to clunky EHR systems.
Are you planning on working a locum tenens assignment this holiday season? While you’re probably excited for the professional experience, you may be feeling uneasy about being away during the holidays.
Getting started with locum tenens work can be a big change from working in a hospital or practice, but your locums agency can help make the transition easy.
Has the rise of virtual appointments impacted how you care for patients? As telehealth continues to become increasingly prevalent in medical practices across the country, it’s critical that providers across different specialties know how to help patients feel comfortable with this type of care.