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Vital News – Q4 | 2018

A Newsletter for Physicians, NPs, PAs, and CRNAs Interested in or Currently Practicing Locum Tenens.

C-Suite Monitor – Q3 | 2018

A Newsletter Dedicated to Providing Innovative Staffing Solutions for Healthcare Leaders.


National PA Week 2018

In recognition of National Physician Assistant (PA) Week—which takes place every year from October 6 to 12—Medicus Healthcare Solutions celebrates our country’s 100,000-plus clinically practicing PAs. We appreciate your commitment to the delivery of quality patient care, as well as your countless contributions and the important work you do all year long.

Tips for Healthcare Leaders on Screening Locum Tenens Staffing Firms

While countless hospital executives, practice managers, and other facility decision makers can confirm that proficient, experienced locum tenens providers offer quality services and continuity of patient care, the decision to use independent contractors can be multifaceted. What’s more, depending on variables like practice specialty, as well as the urgency of your organization’s need and its geographic location, you may find it a challenge to pinpoint the best locum tenens staffing firm to provide the services you desire.

How to Get Picked to Return to a Facility or Practice for Locums Jobs

When you work locum tenens, you have the opportunity to travel to a variety of places—sometimes across the country and other times across town—to practice alongside new colleagues and care for diverse patient populations. Not surprisingly, you are bound to develop a genuine fondness for some locations and would welcome an invitation to go back. Fortunately, there are things you can do to increase the possibility of a return engagement. Read on to learn about six of them.

Tips for Residents, Young Doctors on Managing Loan Debt

Debt is a significant problem that many graduates face, particularly residents. According to StudentDebtRelief.us, in 2016, the average medical school debt was roughly $190,000, with approximately 25 percent of grads shouldering debts greater than $200,000. Of course, these figures do not include credit card debt, a mortgage, and/or other loans that residents and new doctors may carry.

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