• Healthcare MSP - Non-Clinical Staffing

    Improve Your Candidate Experience with an MSP Partner

    In the war for talent, demand for healthcare candidates outpaces supply 2 to 1.  Much of the reason why a candidate chooses one health system over another depends largely upon the candidate experience. This is true both in traditional healthcare hiring and in contingent labor programs.  Yet, often health systems forget about the candidate experience… Read more »

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    RightSourcing Gives Back at the Toshiba Classic

    For the past 15 years, it’s been RightSourcing’s pleasure to sponsor the Toshiba Classic at the Newport Beach Country Club.  This wonderful event benefits the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center at Hoag Hospital, responsible for providing comprehensive care to patients with diabetes or those at risk for developing diabetes. RightSourcing has had a relationship with… Read more »

  • contingent labor risk mitigation

    Is Your Health System Blind to SOW Risk?

    This year, health systems across the nation will engage SOW workers for a variety of different projects- from EHR implementations to technology upgrades, and more.  SOW programs represent a minefield of risk to health systems because they are often very costly, operate outside of traditional channels such as a managed services program, and are hard… Read more »

  • contingent-workforce-management

    Contingent Workforce Management, an Investment in Patient Care

    Central to every business decision that a health system makes is how to improve patient safety and care.  Most important to a health system’s ability to deliver superior patient care is its ability to attract qualified candidates.  Yet healthcare has experienced a crisis in hiring.  For several years, they have experienced a talent shortage as… Read more »

  • contingent workers

    Overcome the Nursing Shortage with an MSP Partner

    For several years, healthcare has felt the effects of a lingering skills gap.  This skills gap has created a nursing shortage, whereby demand for skilled nurses exceeds available supply 2 to 1.  Unfortunately, there are no signs that this trend is going to slow.  In fact, the nursing shortage will worsen significantly.  By 2020, the… Read more »

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    Will FLSA Updates Impact Your Contingent Labor Program?

    For several years, healthcare organizations have been challenged with attracting and retaining the right amount of workers to render superior patient care.  To mitigate a lack of available talent, 81% of hospitals have turned to using contingent labor.  However, the talent shortage has similarly challenged engagement of contingent labor.  When requisitions sit open for too… Read more »

  • vendor neutral MSP

    How Does a Vendor Neutral MSP Surpass a Primary MSP?

    According to Staffing Industry Analysts, approximately 83% of hospitals have contingent labor programs.  Yet, many of these programs are not operating at peak efficiency.  Engagement of qualified contingent workers, compliance, and efficiency remain challenges when hiring managers manage contingent workforce management.  Often, these challenges are the impetus for deciding to outsource this vital function.  Yet,… Read more »

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    Case Study: RightSourcing Saves $3.5M on SOW Project

    Many health systems approach statement of work (SOW) project work on a piecemeal basis.  This can include technology upgrades, EHR implementations, and more.  Often, SOW project work is not included in their managed services programs.  Instead, many health systems still rely on hiring managers to manage these programs, with varying levels of success.  However, this… Read more »

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    Improve Your Contingent Workforce Risk Management

    This year, approximately 81% of hospitals have used contingent labor.  This has included acute care, IT, and even nonprofessional services.  At some locations, in nearly every corner of a hospital, contingent labor is working alongside full time employees. As healthcare contingent workforce programs grow, so too does contingent workforce risk.  Is your health system aware… Read more »