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Recognize 2019 National Locum Tenens Week with These 7 Ideas

First celebrated in 2017, National Locum Tenens Week takes place annually during the second full week of August. Established and led by the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®), it provides those in the locum tenens staffing industry an annual platform for honoring the important role of temporary clinicians.

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3 Ways to Promote a Culture of Trust and Respect

As a healthcare leader, you’re often inundated with responsibilities to keep your organization afloat. Daily operations and financial responsibilities probably consume much of your time. It’s important, however, to consider more than the obvious duties at your facility. Strengthening the subtle ties that link your staff can create a significant impact. Fostering a culture of trust and respect between providers and non-clinicians strengthens relationships and positively influences patient interactions.

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15 Online Resources for Healthcare Administrators

As a healthcare leader, you’re responsible for managing business practices, such as conducting budget and compensation assessments, overseeing policy development, and implementing marketing strategies. Additionally, you monitor your facility’s clinical operations, ranging from hiring and scheduling staff members to coordinating locum tenens staffing services.

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Four Rs: Your Resource for Effective Change Management

The healthcare landscape is constantly shifting and adapting. Unfortunately, many larger policy decisions are made without the backing of healthcare leadership. As a healthcare leader, you are tasked with making decisions for your practice and bringing your staff on board. So, how can you manage change as a leader? Read on to discover the “Four Rs” of change management.

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Reading Beyond the CV: 5 Qualities to Consider

All jobs require some type of qualifications. These “hard skills” are important to a successful integration, no matter the position. In the medical field, there is a strong emphasis on qualifications. In addition to schooling and licensing requirements, facilities want to know if doctors are board certified. Have they performed procedures that are common at the facility? Can they handle daily census? The list could go on and on.

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Group of medical providers

Recognize 2019 National Locum Tenens Week with These 7 Ideas

First celebrated in 2017, National Locum Tenens Week takes place annually during the second full week of August. Established and led by the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®), it provides those in the locum tenens staffing industry an annual platform for honoring the important role of temporary clinicians.

Read More »
Doctor with stethoscope

3 Ways to Promote a Culture of Trust and Respect

As a healthcare leader, you’re often inundated with responsibilities to keep your organization afloat. Daily operations and financial responsibilities probably consume much of your time. It’s important, however, to consider more than the obvious duties at your facility. Strengthening the subtle ties that link your staff can create a significant impact. Fostering a culture of trust and respect between providers and non-clinicians strengthens relationships and positively influences patient interactions.

Read More »
Man on laptop with notepad

15 Online Resources for Healthcare Administrators

As a healthcare leader, you’re responsible for managing business practices, such as conducting budget and compensation assessments, overseeing policy development, and implementing marketing strategies. Additionally, you monitor your facility’s clinical operations, ranging from hiring and scheduling staff members to coordinating locum tenens staffing services.

Read More »
Group of doctors

Four Rs: Your Resource for Effective Change Management

The healthcare landscape is constantly shifting and adapting. Unfortunately, many larger policy decisions are made without the backing of healthcare leadership. As a healthcare leader, you are tasked with making decisions for your practice and bringing your staff on board. So, how can you manage change as a leader? Read on to discover the “Four Rs” of change management.

Read More »
Doctor consoling a patient

Reading Beyond the CV: 5 Qualities to Consider

All jobs require some type of qualifications. These “hard skills” are important to a successful integration, no matter the position. In the medical field, there is a strong emphasis on qualifications. In addition to schooling and licensing requirements, facilities want to know if doctors are board certified. Have they performed procedures that are common at the facility? Can they handle daily census? The list could go on and on.

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5 Ways to Combat Cyberthreats

Hackers don’t limit themselves to attacking personal computers and financial companies; they breach healthcare systems and facilities, too. Unfortunately, they are motivated to obtain credit card information, Social Security numbers, banking information, and birthdates. In their 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Report, IBM and the Ponemon Institute found that healthcare data breaches cost an average of $408 per record, the highest of any industry and nearly three times higher than the cross-industry average of $148 per record!

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17 Questions Your Locum Tenens Staffing Firm Should Answer

No matter your objective, to help you in your journey to the perfect staffing solution, we’ve composed a list of questions to ask business development executives and/or other staffing company representatives. Tailor the questions to your needs and the areas most important to your organization. If you currently work with a locum tenens staffing company, pose the questions to your contact person to be sure your hospital, practice, or health system is achieving its needs from that relationship.

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