This calculator helps you determine how much revenue your organization loses daily and annually when psychiatric patients tie up your ER. Learn how to provide better patient outcomes and satisfaction.
The Healthcare Recruiter’s 2018 Guide to Provider Salaries
What are the going rates for physicians and advanced practitioners in your area? What affects provider salaries? Check out our complete guide for all that and more.
Population Growth Drives Needed Women’s Health Services
Gen-Z: America's largest population segment. Baby Boomers: More women are turning 65 every day. Are you ready to meet the demand?
Louisiana: What Medicaid Means for OB/GYN
Strategies Obstetric/Gynecology practices can use to better serve Medicaid patients.
Alabama Women’s Health: Gaps in Care Leave Patients at Risk
Alabama struggles with access to care for women and poor pregnancy outcomes. Read on for strategies real hospitals are using to combat similar problems.
Emergency Rooms Feel the Psych Resource Strain
America's mental health crisis is taking a toll on emergency departments. See what it means for your hospital and patients.
Why Psychiatrist Salaries Are Growing
Here's what healthcare recruiters need to know about rising Psychiatrist salaries.
Telehealth and Rural Patient Care
Telehealth is the answer for America's underserved communities seeking better patient outcomes and happier physicians. Here are the stats.
Healthcare Feels the Impact of Aging America's Demand for Psych
Medicare patients are driving demand for mental health care. Does your hospital have the right resources to care for America's aging population?
How to Reduce Your Facility's Risk for Physician Burnout
Sandra Garrett, president at Jackson & Coker, reports on what physician recruiters and other healthcare administrators can do to reduce the impact of physician burnout.
What Physicians Really Want in a Job
What do physicians look for when considering relocating to another job? Jackson & Coker surveyed more than 800 physicians to find out.
Jackson Healthcare Physician Trends
Jackson & Coker's parent company examines the physician shortage, current trends in physician compensation and physician satisfaction.
5 Ways to Become a Best Place to Work
Jackson & Coker President Sandy Garrett gives tips for any organization to grow a positive company culture.
Your Complete Guide to Interviewing Physicians
Jackson & Coker has compiled a complete guide to interviewing physicians and advanced practitioners. From salary history bans to staying EEOC compliant, here's what healthcare administrators need to know.
Patient Centricity: What's the ROI
Many physicians are looking towards more holistic patient care. What are the benefits?
Emerging Tech in Neurology and Neurosurgery
This year the fields of neurology and neurosurgery saw more emerging technologies than ever.
The Growing Neurology Need in America
Demand for Neurologists will grow to 16 percent by 2025 while supply will only grow to 11 percent by 2025
Innovation in Obstetrics and Gynecology
By 2020, women’s healthcare needs will grow by 6%. But, thanks to advancements, women will soon have better access to care and a better understanding of their health.
The Future of Pediatrics
Why are so few devices and cutting-edge procedures are purpose built for children. Tech is frequently built for adults and then reformatted to suit smaller bodies.
The Youth of America Needs More Pediatricians & ENTs
Due to the rising number of children with chronic health problems, the shortage of pediatricians that we currently face is only going to intensify.
Cardiothoracic Surgeons at Critical Levels by 2035
Over the next 15 years, the supply of Cardiothoracic Surgeons is expected to dip to critical levels.
Are You Prepared for the Primary Care Shortage?
Studies indicate a shortfall of up to 35,000 Primary Care doctors by the year 2025.
A Concerning Trend for Cancer Care
Poll shows 47% of hospitals reported vacancies for Oncologists. Organizations are struggling to fill these specialist roles.
Obstetrics and Gynecology: Shrinking Field, Shrinking Interest
By 2020, the need for OB/GYNs will grow to 6 percent, or 2,090 full-time providers extra across the United States.
Can Robots Replace General Surgeons?
There aren’t enough doctors, especially Surgeons. As the population continues to grow, so does the need for providers.
Healthcare and Technology
From portable EKGs to biometric implants and even visual reality surgery simulators, these improvements are benefiting not only hospitals, but their bottom lines as well.
Telehealth Advances Offer Key Lifeline in Chronic Care Management
What’s telehealth’s potential along the care continuum? How much can it help rural and underserved communities? We’re all watching closely as the nation’s telehealth adoption skyrockets.
The Rapidly Increasing Need for Cardiologists
Demand for Cardiologists will increase annually as much as 18 percent by 2025. Will your facility be prepared?
The Rise of COPD and Lack of Pulmonologists
The demand for Pulmonologists is higher now more than ever before. Will your facility be prepared?
Approaching Crisis Level: Anesthesiologist Shortage
With the ever-growing population of older Americans, the demand for anesthesia and surgical services will increase by drastically by 2030.
Nurse Practitioners: Critical Members of Your Staffing Mix
Nurse Practitioners are a vital component to your organization's staff. Your organization may just be more efficient with NPs.
Demand on the Rise for GI Services
Gastroenterologists’ 2018 compensation grew 4 percent over the previous year due to rising demands.
Psychiatry: Mental Health Crisis in America
The demands for Psychiatrists are growing faster than any other medical specialty. Compensation in this field grew well over 10 percent in 2018.
Is Your Facility Prepared for a Radiologist Shortage?
By 2025, the projected shortage of Radiologists in the U.S. will be in the tens of thousands.
Growing Population, Shrinking Pool of Orthopedists
Orthopedics is an intense, competitive and demanding field, yet it's facing a massive shortage that will only increase by 2026.
How to Fight the Impending Critical Care Physician Shortage
With physicians choosing less stressful specialties, the shortage of Critical Care physicians is looming. How is your facility fighting the shortage?
Technology in Psychiatry
With an aging physician base and an increase in psych cases, the need for advancement in medical technology is greater than ever.
Medicare: The Impact for You and Your Patients
Medicare is a consistent topic of discussion in America. It may have an impact on your facility.
How Locum Tenens Providers Can Benefit Your Facility
How would using locum tenens providers benefit a facility like yours? There may be more perks for your organization than you think.
How to Get Women to Participate in Routine Screenings
Women are putting off routine preventative screenings. Here's how to overcome barriers to care.