Every year for the past four years, the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations (NALTO) has dedicated the second week of August to the recognition and celebration of Locum providers.
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With COVID-19 gutting many health facilities, elective surgeries are critical to the rebuilding of the country. See how locums can help you effectively resume surgical services at your organization.
As many organizations within the healthcare industry shift from fee-for-service toward value-based care, health leaders can improve outcomes and reduce costs using locums.
Perceptions of locum tenens providers have evolved over time. The tradition of healthcare professionals standing in for other clinicians dates back nearly 150 years, although the arrangement hasn’t always been referred to as locum tenens.
80% to 85% of U.S. deaths due to COVID-19 are in people aged 60 and older. Approximately one-third of our nation’s doctors are 60 and older.
The second wave of COVID-19 may present even greater staffing challenges for health administrators. A trusted locum tenens partner can help leaders shore up staff and brace for impact.
As facilities and state governors press forward to resume normal operations, is there likely to be an increased need for behavioral health services due to the COVID-19 disease?
Measuring patient satisfaction is complicated, as the patient experience is multi-faceted and challenging to classify, much less gauge.
Although elective surgeries have been halted across the nation due to the outbreak of COVID-19, surgery centers and hospitals are planning to selectively resume these procedures.
The demand for telehealth is only going to increase with the federal government recently announcing an expansion of Medicare telehealth services.