Roundup of CareerStaff’s Top Healthcare Staffing Blogs for 2021

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Happy New Year from CareerStaff! Another new year is upon us, and along it comes new goals and opportunities. 2021 has been another unforgettable year as we still navigate the ongoing pandemic and the challenges it brings. As we head into the new year, we’re taking a look back on 2021 through our top healthcare blogs.

2021 Roundup of Top Healthcare Blogs

From industry news and updates to resources on how to further improve workforce needs and meet facility goals, we’re rounding up our top healthcare blogs for leaders in 2021.

How to Make Sure Your Clinical Workplace Stands Out to Job Seekers

Since the start of the pandemic, the need for nurses and clinicians reached an all-time high. As the healthcare labor market grew to be more competitive, it became more important than ever to attract and retain nurses and clinicians. We put together six steps that healthcare facilities and hospitals could implement to stand out to job seekers.

Here’s How to Choose the Right Travel Nurse Recruitment Company

Travel nurses have long been an effective way for healthcare facilities and hospitals to stay fully staffed. However, as the pandemic continued through the year, we saw high demand for travel nurses which accelerated the surge for travel nurse recruitment companies. We offered insights on what leaders should look for in a travel nurse recruitment company.

How to Choose the Right Pharmacy Workforce Partner

In a time when pharmacies are busier than ever and the demand for qualified healthcare professionals is at its peak, it’s important to have a strategy in place. We put together a checklist for health leaders to know what to look for when strategizing to keep up with demand, and what to look for in a pharmacy workforce partner.

7 Reasons to Work with a Joint Commission Gold Seal Certified Company

Earlier this year, we earned The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval® for Health Staffing Services Certification, an exciting step on our ongoing path to offer the highest-quality healthcare recruitment services to our clients. The Joint Commission is an independent and universally recognized name for quality standards in the healthcare industry. Take a look at seven reasons why this certification matters for our clients.

Why Health Facilities Need a Nimbler Approach to ICU Staffing

COVID-19 underlined the need for flexibility in acute care nurse staffing models. It highlighted the need for hospitals and healthcare facilities to consider a nimbler acute care staffing model that takes advantage of new innovations in workforce management. Here are five reasons why adopting a nimbler acute care staffing model can benefit your facility.

Home Health Staffing: How to Meet Today’s Biggest Challenges

In August, we discussed the growing challenges the pandemic has placed on the home health industry. From labor shortages and mandates, we broke down some of the most pressing challenges and how leaders and CareerStaff could do to overcome them in the months and years to come.

COVID-19 Impact Survey Series Reveals the State of Nurses

In August, we discussed the recent findings of a survey conducted by ANA on the state of nurses one year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The data from the survey was intended for leaders to be able to best support their staff during and after the crisis. Take a look at our blog for further stats and takeaways of nurses and how to plan for the future.

At CareerStaff, we know how important it is to stay fully staffed. With nurses and clinicians in high demand, we’re proud to provide you with healthcare workers to ensure you continue to provide best possible patient care. Our team is comprised of industry experts with an understanding of all aspects of healthcare delivery, helping you successfully meet staffing challenges.

Are You Ready for the New Year?

Once again, from all of us at CareerStaff, we’re wishing you a joyous and prosperous New Year! We’re thankful for your valued partnership and the trust you’ve placed in us to meet your healthcare workforce and staffing goals. It’s all a part of our commitment to continuing to meet your workforce needs in 2022 and in the years to come.

If you’re interested in learning more about how our healthcare workforce solution services can help you meet your goals for 2022, contact us today to get started.

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