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Low unemployment, a healthy level of turnover are bullish signs for healthcare staffing; Jackson names VMS provider's exec to advisory board; Cross Country puts PEO exec on board.
Healthcare staffing growth is projected to outpace that of the overall industry with 6% growth in 2015.
“Modest use” of temp nurses can save hospitals money, study says.
Employee ‘churn’ in healthcare industry recovers and then some.
Hospital admissions improved partly due to the Affordable Care Act, and the increase has helped drive strong demand in many areas of healthcare staffing.
The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration now predicts an excess supply of nurses numbering 340,000 in the US by 2025.
Healthcare temps are generally satisfied with their staffing agencies, though they are the least satisfied among major occupations.
Strong order volumes reported by AMN and Cross Country exiting the second quarter were borne out by solid third-quarter earnings reports and boosted forward guidance.
Reports look at healthcare staffing revenue growth, allied healthcare trends