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Are you an NP, PA, CRNA, APRN, or CNMW considering a transition to virtual practice? Here’s a look at the benefits, methods, and demand for virtual services – followed by one way advanced practice providers can smoothly transition to telemedicine.
This is proving to be a year of extremities for surgeons and other professionals who support the surgical field – one with new challenges and big opportunities.
Don’t let licensing deter you from taking the leap to locums. We help physicians, PAs, NPs, CRNAs, CNMs, and more navigate state licensure requirements and learn how interstate licensure pacts and COVID waivers.
Among the many impacts of the global pandemic, one of the most significant is the accelerated need for mental and behavioral health services.
Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. was combatting a shortage of primary care physicians (PCPs) – one that is most pronounced in rural or underserved areas.
Emergency departments (EDs) were struck particularly hard during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tens of thousands of nurse anesthetists helped care for critically ill patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, making certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs).
Here’s how leaders can make informed hiring decisions as patients become vaccinated and facilities reopen.
The future demand for anesthesiologists is solid given U.S. demographic trends, return of elective surgeries and procedures, and ongoing critical care needs.