The new tax law will bring both good news and bad news for health care organizations, medical staffing agencies and the health care employees they work with.
Managing contract and contingency workers can be difficult, even for an agency that centers around the pursuit.
Understaffing can lead to a whole host of issues, including declining quality of care for patients and harsh working environments for health care employees.
Staffing agencies can represent the missing link between internal recruitment efforts and workers on the search for new employment opportunities, and these firms require advanced VMS technology.
Hospital administrators should take these strategies into account when managing their contract and contingency employees.
Health care facilities face their own uphill battles with recruitment and hiring, particularly in the midst of a physician shortage. Could locum tenens physicians provide the answer?
VMS technology can enable health care organizations to save considerably, particularly when it comes to their time and financial capital.
Workforce management software can offer the critical resource organizations need to be ready for their Joint Commission accreditation survey.
There are few best practices medical staffing agencies can leverage to reduce time spent on administrative tasks, providing additional resources that can be devoted to the most pressing priorities.