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Physician Interview Guide

Questions to Ask and Staying EEOC Complaint Throughout the Physician Interview Process New interviewing laws and restrictions are sprouting up from California to New York, affecting the way we conduct physician interviews and the physician hiring process. With healthcare – just like any industry – it’s important to stay EEOC-compliant when interviewing physician candidates. That’s …

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Challenges Faced by Rural Healthcare

Questions to Ask and Staying EEOC Complaint Throughout the Physician Interview Process Rural hospitals are in a fragile economic state. Since 2010, 106 rural hospitals have closed. At the time of this report, the Rural Health Web estimates another 700 rural hospitals – roughly one-third of the 1,875 rural community hospitals remaining – are vulnerable …

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The Benefits of Locum Tenens Staffing

Locums in Healthcare A locum tenens provider is a Latin term for placeholder – to hold the place or to substitute for another person. In the medical industry, this term is specifically referencing a physician or advanced practitioner who temporarily works for a healthcare organization for a defined period of time. The benefits for providers …

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The Impact of Nurse Practitioners on Healthcare

Managing the Primary Care Shortage The number of licensed Nurse Practitioners has more than doubled since 2007, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that number to grow 36 percent by 2026. The shortage of Primary Care physicians and other specialists fuels this growth. Across the country, Nurse Practitioners are providing healthcare in communities …

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Women’s Healthcare Demands by State

What This Means for Obstetrics and Gynecology Physicians Providers are struggling to keep up with women’s healthcare demands for care instates – especially in the fields of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2020, the need for OB/GYNs grew by 6 percent or 2,090 full-time providers. That translates to overworked staff in your hospital, but technology does offer some solutions. Forty-nine …

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How the Psychiatrist Shortage Is Affecting Emergency Room Coverage

Why the ER Is Being Affected In 1850, America was in a movement to provide more humane care of mentally ill patients by treating them in hospitals. At that time, there were about 14 beds per 100,000 population. In 2010, the supply was 14.1 beds per 100,000 population. We are in a crisis of 19th …

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