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    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 »

  • Leading Healthcare MSP RightSourcing Named Partner of the Year by Aureus

    IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Leading healthcare MSP, RightSourcing, has been named Partner of the Year by Aureus Medical Group, a leading healthcare staffing supplier. Selected from a group of hundreds of vendors, RightSourcing has been awarded this top honor for their customer service and commitment to providing value to Aureus as a partner…. Read more »

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    Improve Onboarding with a Managed Service Provider

    In a recent survey put out by Staffing Industry Analysts, healthcare credentialing was found to take longer than five to six weeks to verify credentials.  A basic part of the candidate onboarding process, verifying credentialing ensures that the contingent worker or full time employee possesses the necessary skills and training to render superior patient care. … Read more »

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    4 Communication Strategies to Improve Contingent Workforce Management

    When healthcare organizations begin using contingent labor, often they are challenged with contingent workforce management.  To increase transparency and align with health system goals, approximately 71% have turned to using a managed service provider. When the experts at a managed service provider come in and evaluate systems and processes, often they find a key component… Read more »

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    Is a Vendor Neutral MSP Procurement’s Best Friend?

    Procurement has their hands full with growing contingent labor programs.  Often, a lot of manpower is devoted to manually trying to gain insights into spend and supplier performance.  But when a health system partners with a vendor neutral MSP, they’re able to outsource these functions, increasing visibility into all areas of the supply chain, enhancing… Read more »

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    Contingent Labor- Your Next Great Healthcare Hire?

    Healthcare hiring has become more difficult in the past several years due to a number of factors- a persistent skills gap coupled with a pending retirement surge.   This has left healthcare organizations to compete for candidates in order to meet growing patient demand.  Current demand outpaces supply by two to one.  In response, 83% of… Read more »

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    Achieve Scalability with a Managed Service Provider

    Health systems across the nation are experiencing difficulties obtaining the people necessary to not only provide superior patient care, but to grow the organization.  Vendor neutral managed service provider RightSourcing has observed that nationally approximately 83% of hospitals have sought to increase their staff by using contingent labor.  This trend is echoed among enterprise organizations… Read more »

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    What’s Challenging Your Contingent Labor Engagement?

    In 2016, healthcare is still challenged with finding the right candidates for full time employment.  The skills gap persists, complicating healthcare hiring.  Coupled with waves of retirement, healthcare has responded by engaging contingent labor to fill open positions.  Yet, not all contingent labor programs are operating at their peak.  Many are challenged with efficiency, cost,… Read more »