2013 was not exactly a banner year for healthcare staffing in the U.S. with a multitude of factors combining to constrain demand; what does 2014 hold in store?
There is a trend toward consolidation among healthcare staffing firms.
The continuing gradual improvement of economic and employment conditions in the U.S. have laid the foundation for solid growth in the overall market for temporary staffing.
The recently published "2013 VMS and MSP Service Differentiators" report provides an overview of the features and characteristics of the available vendor management system and managed service... More
The healthcare industry is notoriously slow to adopt new technological advancements. It might stand to reason, therefore, that healthcare staffing companies would lag behind their counterparts that serve... More
Divergent growth trends were noted among various locum tenens specialties in a new benchmarking survey conducted by Staffing Industry Analysts in conjunction with the National Association of Locum Tenens... More
The U.S. healthcare staffing market will grow 4 percent year-over-year in 2013, far lower than our original projection of 9 percent, according to the updated forecast published last week by Staffing Industry... More
The 10 large firms constituting our general all-segment index grew revenue by a median 3.4 percent in the second quarter on a year-over-year basis.
The four largest U.S. healthcare staffing firms from last year maintained their same positions this year on the new list of largest healthcare staffing firms.
AMN revenue up 8%, physician placement up 16%; Cross Country revenue up 2% on strong physician staffing segment.