Telehealth was a necessity during the pandemic, and it has since grown to become an important model of providing patient care at facilities across the country.
Category: Locum Tenens Clients
With the year over halfway done, many hospitals are evaluating their budgets and considering ways to save on costs to increase revenues and improve their bottom lines.
As costs to operate healthcare facilities continue to rise, management teams have begun to seek new ways of cutting expenses without compromising workplace culture or patient care delivery.
Has your facility been experiencing staffing shortages when it comes to physicians or advanced practice providers? If you haven’t yet explored the option of locum tenens providers to fill these coverage needs, now is the ideal time to discover how this type of staffing can be beneficial to many aspects of your organization.
COVID-19 had a significant impact on the healthcare system, and as a result the concept of telemedicine has become a primary form of patient care around the world for many scenarios.
As healthcare facilities across the U.S. struggle to handle surges in patient caseloads, adequate staffing has become a major concern on many levels – especially as the COVID-19 pandemic has presented new and greater =staffing challenges.
By now you have heard it in the headlines for some time: doctors are experiencing burnout in droves.
Has your healthcare facility’s staff undergone significant changes since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic? The healthcare workforce has been going nonstop since COVID hit the U.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on all areas the healthcare field. Naturally, the pandemic has also heavily affected locum tenens providers as hospitals have been faced with a challenging number of critically ill patients.