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C-Suite Monitor – Q4 | 2017

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

Vital News – Q4 | 2017

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

New Physicians Can Test Drive New Settings via Locum Tenens Jobs

Medical residents coming into the job market are in a difficult position. They have spent years learning how to treat patients but are expected to choose a permanent position with sometimes limited real-world practice experience. Medical school simply doesn't prepare you for such a search and completing a residency program in a single location can be limiting in knowing which type of medical practice best meets your needs. Not surprisingly, almost 25 percent of new doctors leave their first position within five years of being hired.

Why Working Locum Tenens after Residency is an Attractive Option

Medical school graduates who are completing their residency program are becoming increasingly more deliberate before choosing a full-time position. A natural solution that supports exploring all of your options is to choose locum tenens work, which simply means “to take the place of someone temporarily.” It is an opportunity to step into the shoes of a permanent physician for a variety of reasons. There are many advantages for new physicians in working locum assignments, such as these listed below.

5-Star Experiences for Locum Tenens Providers in Missouri

Bordered by eight states, Missouri is the eighteenth most populous state in the country, inhabited by more than six million people. In addition to its forested Ozark Mountains; verdant plains; vibrant, urban cities, like St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia; the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, and 6,000-plus caves, the Show Me State is home to the Gateway Arch—the largest manmade monument in the United States and symbolic portal to the West—and is celebrated for its roots in ragtime, blues, and jazz. If you plan to take locum tenens assignments in Missouri, read on to learn about just a few of the one-of-a-kind experiences you could enjoy during your free time.

7 Websites Every Healthcare Administrator Should Use

As the individual who plans and oversees your healthcare organization’s services, you are responsible for managing business practices, such as conducting budget and compensation assessments, overseeing policy development, and implementing marketing strategies. In addition, you have oversight of your facility’s clinical operations, ranging from hiring and scheduling staff members to coordinating locum tenens staffing services when needed.