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4 Ways Locum Tenens Can Celebrate the Holidays Away from Home

Working away from home this holiday season? You’re certainly not alone. Many professionals in the healthcare or medical field experience having to work during the holidays, and sometimes, far away from home and family. For some Locum Tenens physicians, going home for the holidays simply isn’t a viable option and being away from family makes […]

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The ROI for Hiring Locum Tenens

For many healthcare executives paying close attention to their bottom line, hiring a temporary physician can be a hard pill to swallow. However, in many situations, hiring a locum tenens physician can prove to have a larger return on investment than most would initially think. Consider these scenarios It may be hard to wrap your […]

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What is a Medical Scribe?

If you’ve never heard of medical scribes, you’ve certainly seen them at some point when you’ve visited a doctor’s office. They’re typically the personnel that follows physicians into exam rooms while they provide direct care to document all the necessary information about the patient. Traditionally, the physician’s job has focused solely on direct patient contact […]

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You might be a Locum Tenen if…

You can pack an apartment or condo before lunch. via GIPHY You know the best place for a ‘quick bite’ from coast to coast. You don’t see the point of working through poor pay while building your career. via GIPHY You love a good adventure! You can fit everything you own in your car. via […]

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Author: John R. Graham Since the Affordable Care Act was signed in March 2010 and began to enroll many more Americans in coverage in 2014, many observers have asserted price inflation in health care has been moderate by historical standards. Such claims are misleading because many observers decline to differentiate between nominal and real inflation. […]

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Massive Health Services Job Growth Since Great Recession

Author: John R. Graham Although not necessarily attributable to the Affordable Care Act, an aging population, or any single factor, it is remarkable how much health services job growth has occurred since the Great Recession. It is especially remarkable relative to other jobs. Also, changes in employment in health services are not cyclical: They are […]

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