President brings strategy, finance, and executive management experience to leadership role
The National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations (NALTO) has announced the appointment of Cristina Muise, MBA, PhD, president of Medicus Healthcare Solutions, to its Board of Directors. Muise has extensive experience in the healthcare and information technology services industries.
“It is an honor to be elected to work with NALTO. I am excited to work on advancing the locum tenens industry and its high standards,” said Muise.
Muise came to Medicus Healthcare Solutions in 2008, assuming the role of Chief Operating Officer and bringing with her considerable experience in finance and operations. In addition to influencing the company’s strategic direction, she maintains oversight of its overall operations and finances, and sits on its Board of Directors.
Under Muise’s leadership, Medicus Healthcare Solutions is regularly recognized as a leading healthcare staffing company with outstanding accomplishments in innovative business performance, dynamic workplace culture, employee satisfaction, and customer commitment. The company’s most recent achievements include being named among the Best Staffing Firms to Work For by Staffing Industry Analysts and Becker’s Hospital Review’s 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare, and earning Inavero’s Best of Staffing Client Satisfaction and Best of Staffing Talent Satisfaction Awards, and a coveted spot on the Inc. 5000 List, as well as accolades from Modern Healthcare.
Prior to joining Medicus, Muise owned and operated a consulting practice and served in faculty positions at Stonehill College and Merrimack College. Moreover, for 12 years, she served as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer at GlobalWare Solutions, where she was responsible for day-to-day operations for locations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Currently, Muise serves on the Advisory Board of UBERDOC. She is an inactive CPA and holds a BA in Accounting from Merrimack College, an MBA in Finance from Bentley College, and a PhD in Finance from Walden University.
Formed in 2001, NALTO primarily serves to educate the healthcare industry on the benefits of locum tenens staffing and to establish a set of service standards among locum tenens companies. The association also provides a system for sharing resources among member organizations, offers a formal dispute resolution process through an arbitration committee, and aids all members in cultivating market growth.