Recent Updates

Is healthcare staffing insulated from the risks posed by artificial intelligence and robotics?

July 16, 2014

Some healthcare jobs appear more at risk of being taken over by automation than others, according to new report.


2014 Contingent Buyers Survey: How Sophisticated are Contingent Workforce Programs?

July 16, 2014

  • Survey results suggest that the typical CW program has considerable room for improvement
  • Overall, buyers gave themselves average to slightly below average ratings on every measure of program sophistication
  • Large-firm and commercial buyers tended to have a slightly more uniform process for determining... More

Finding new solutions to an old healthcare staffing problem — Staffing Stream

July 16, 2014

Healthcare still struggle with the disparity between client need and candidate availability, writes Mike Gianas in The Staffing Stream.


Travelers Haven secures new vendor partnerships; reduces staffing firms’ housing costs — Sponsor Content

July 16, 2014

Travelers Haven recently secured new agreements with housing suppliers representing more than 90 locations nationwide.


Staffing firm lists 20 most beautiful hospitals

July 16, 2014

The most beautiful hospital is McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, Utah, according to Soliant Health’s ranking of most beautiful U.S. hospitals.


Metz&Baum merges with Source One

July 16, 2014

Source One Healthcare Professionals Inc. merged with Metz&Baum Healthcare Professionals.


Accountable acquires Chicago healthcare staffing firm

July 16, 2014

Accountable Healthcare Staffing Inc. acquired MedAscend, its tenth acquisition to date.


Cross Country completes MSN acquisition

July 16, 2014

Cross Country Healthcare Inc. completed its $48 million acquisition of Medical Staffing Network.


Jackson Healthcare acquires Michigan firm

July 16, 2014

Jackson Healthcare, the third-largest U.S. healthcare staffing firm, acquired Sullivan Healthcare Consulting.


Healthcare hiring pace to decelerate, survey says

July 16, 2014

Healthcare hiring is expected to increase this year but at a slower pace than last, according to HireRight.