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Staff Care Survey Shows Big Increase in Temporary Physician Staffing

Survey Shows Increase in Temporary Physician Staffing

Staff Care's 2014 Survey of Temporary Physician Staffing Trends reveals that a whopping 90 percent of healthcare facilities used locum tenens physicians to supplement staff, up from 74 percent the year before.

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Revenue Generated by Physicians Still Key to Success of Healthcare Facilities

Revenue Generated by Physicians Still Key to Success of Healthcare Facilities

Merritt Hawkins’ Survey of Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue shows that, on average, physicians generate almost $1.5 million in net revenue on behalf of their affiliated hospitals every year.

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Physicians Prefer LinkedIn, Mobile for Job Searches

Physicians Prefer LinkedIn, Mobile for Job Searches

A 2013 AMN Healthcare survey found that physicians are more likely than other clinicians to access the Web via a mobile device, but less likely to use social media in a job search.

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Survey: Locum Tenens Use Is Increasing, Healthcare Facilities Finding Temporary Doctors Worth the Cost

Survey: Locum Tenens Use Is Increasing

Locum tenens trends in the U.S. show that the use of temporary physician staffing is on the rise, with more healthcare facilities finding temporary doctors worth the cost, according to Staff Care’s annual locum tenens physician staffing survey.

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New Survey Reveals 74 Percent of Healthcare Facilities Use Locum Tenens

Survey Reveals 74 Percent of Healthcare Facilities Use Locum Tenens

Staff Care's 2013 Survey of Temporary Physician Staffing Trends shows that healthcare reform has provided new reasons for facilities to use locum tenens physicians, among other healthcare staffing insights.

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