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

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The Anatomy of a Locum Tenens Orientation

Whether you’re planning to utilize a locum tenens physician for the first time or have worked with independent contractors before, there is always a small adjustment period. One of the advantages of using locum physicians is their adaptability and ability to quickly thrive in their new environment.

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3 Things Every Locum Tenens Provider Should Know

Whether you have recently started taking locum tenens jobs or have been accepting them for several years, you may agree that the chance to discover something new at each assignment is one of the great rewards of this practice alternative. Before you agree to a locum tenens opportunity, there are a few things you need to be familiar with to ensure your experiences are seamless and satisfying. Read on to discover three key things every locum tenens provider should know.

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Refining Your Healthcare Organization’s Credentialing Processes

Credentialing is a complex, time-consuming task. It includes several components requiring thoughtful and careful consideration. In addition to gathering documentation—from current privileges to a valid state license—you have to authenticate qualifications, board certifications, work history, and references to approve clinicians’ privileges and insurance eligibility. A poor system could lead to scheduling problems, cash-flow delays, and other serious issues.

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Boston, MA

State Spotlight: Opportunities in the East

Practicing locums allows you to enjoy the freedom of selecting your location, schedule, and assignment length. Having so many options may appear daunting at first, but partnering with a reputable staffing company, like Medicus Healthcare Solutions, could help narrow down your choices and find the perfect fit. Whether you’re a full-time locums provider, supplementing your income with additional assignments, or considering locum tenens for the first time, there are plenty of new opportunities in the East!

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Have You Optimized Patient Flow at Your Facility?

Optimizing patient flow has a positive effect on your healthcare facility’s success. Studies show that implementing patient-flow strategies can help practices cut costs, increase their capacity, and even boost revenue. As a result, patient satisfaction, engagement, and retention rates also increase.

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4 Benefits of Practicing Medicine for the Veterans Health Administration

As the nation’s largest integrated healthcare system in the United States, the VHA serves over 9 million veterans and performs about 400,000 procedures annually. In addition to their continual efforts to optimize veteran care, the VHA nurtures physician engagement and accommodates professional exploration. Practicing medicine is simplified for the physician without the baggage of billing and insurance or the need to justify necessary procedures.

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Orientation key on keyboard

The Anatomy of a Locum Tenens Orientation

Whether you’re planning to utilize a locum tenens physician for the first time or have worked with independent contractors before, there is always a small adjustment period. One of the advantages of using locum physicians is their adaptability and ability to quickly thrive in their new environment.

Read More »
Airport

3 Things Every Locum Tenens Provider Should Know

Whether you have recently started taking locum tenens jobs or have been accepting them for several years, you may agree that the chance to discover something new at each assignment is one of the great rewards of this practice alternative. Before you agree to a locum tenens opportunity, there are a few things you need to be familiar with to ensure your experiences are seamless and satisfying. Read on to discover three key things every locum tenens provider should know.

Read More »
People writing

Refining Your Healthcare Organization’s Credentialing Processes

Credentialing is a complex, time-consuming task. It includes several components requiring thoughtful and careful consideration. In addition to gathering documentation—from current privileges to a valid state license—you have to authenticate qualifications, board certifications, work history, and references to approve clinicians’ privileges and insurance eligibility. A poor system could lead to scheduling problems, cash-flow delays, and other serious issues.

Read More »
Boston, MA

State Spotlight: Opportunities in the East

Practicing locums allows you to enjoy the freedom of selecting your location, schedule, and assignment length. Having so many options may appear daunting at first, but partnering with a reputable staffing company, like Medicus Healthcare Solutions, could help narrow down your choices and find the perfect fit. Whether you’re a full-time locums provider, supplementing your income with additional assignments, or considering locum tenens for the first time, there are plenty of new opportunities in the East!

Read More »
Hospital elevator signs

Have You Optimized Patient Flow at Your Facility?

Optimizing patient flow has a positive effect on your healthcare facility’s success. Studies show that implementing patient-flow strategies can help practices cut costs, increase their capacity, and even boost revenue. As a result, patient satisfaction, engagement, and retention rates also increase.

Read More »
American flag

4 Benefits of Practicing Medicine for the Veterans Health Administration

As the nation’s largest integrated healthcare system in the United States, the VHA serves over 9 million veterans and performs about 400,000 procedures annually. In addition to their continual efforts to optimize veteran care, the VHA nurtures physician engagement and accommodates professional exploration. Practicing medicine is simplified for the physician without the baggage of billing and insurance or the need to justify necessary procedures.

Read More »
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8 Reminders for Perfectly Packaging Your CV

As the saying goes, you never get a second chance at a first impression. To make the best impression, you need to regularly review and revise your curriculum vitae (“course of life” in Latin and commonly referred to as a CV), which often serves as your initial introduction to staffing companies and facility representatives. This exercise is particularly beneficial if you are a physician or advanced practitioner who is working locum tenens and continuously enjoying new professional experiences.

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3 Qualities Your Medical Practice Team Should Have

As a medical practice manager, you work with a diverse set of professionals, from physicians and other clinicians on staff to locum tenens providers and clerical personnel. Some of your team may have recently entered the workforce while others could be looking to retire within the next few years. Blending each skill set and distinct personality is important. Each professional probably has a preferred workflow and method for communication.

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