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Travelers, you know that speedy placement is the sweet spot for your healthcare career. Typically, landing that new travel assignment requires some big efforts on your part, all while not knowing the details upfront.
Real talk. When it comes to the quality of patient care in healthcare facilities, who’s responsible? Especially, when there's a shortage of healthcare professionals, particularly nurses, on deck? Furthermore, how does a nursing shortage impact the quality of patient care in facilities and what can we do to help moving forward?
With more advancements in Radiology and screening technology, there is a growing need for mammograms, especially in younger women. Studies have shown that breast cancers in younger women may grow longer before being found by a screening mammogram. Still, annual screening mammograms starting at age 40 are the best way to diagnose breast cancer early, when it's most treatable. Now, we need Radiology Techs to help bolster the workforce.
Healthcare professionals are in greater demand more than ever, but often the process of landing that ideal job placement means jumping through hoops or going through several avenues to find a travel job, let alone the right one. There's a better way for travelers to land their next travel job without all the complications. The future of healthcare staffing is putting travelers first, so healthcare professionals seeking their next assignment can know about pay transparency, location details, and other important factors when deciding if that next travel assignment is the right move.
With new Fusion Marketplace updates comes better usability for Travelers using their profiles. Fusion Marketplace has added more features that allow Travelers to customize their job search experience. Travelers can now search for healthcare jobs by their preferences, add their job preferences to their profile and resume, and save and share their preferences with healthcare recruiters. Healthcare travelers using Fusion Marketplace can look forward to a more personalized search experience with these newly added features. Here are all the details to give you more control over your career.
The 2021 healthcare marketing is continuously turning to travelers to fill in staffing gaps. Furthermore, the healthcare travel industry has evolved, bringing a shift to what’s important to job seekers and what trends to look out for. Here are a few healthcare employment trends to consider when you’re deciding to start a healthcare travel job.
Whether you’re new to healthcare or you’ve been in the field for a while, starting your career as a traveling medical professional can help you level up, both personally and professionally. There are a lot of decisions that go into the process, and some travelers-to-be can overthink it, wondering if they meet the right criteria to travel. While it’s great to ask the important questions, you should also be looking at the reasons why you want to pursue a travel healthcare career. Here are some of the signs you’re ready to start a healthcare travel job.
From a wearable calculator to an old-school Walkman portable audio player, wearable technology has been in the lives of Americans for many decades. Nowadays, wearables can be found as smartwatches, sensor stamps, or trendy accessories. Even more so now, wearable technology is being used to shape the healthcare industry.
The marketplace model has reached almost all industries, including the healthcare staffing industry. Online marketplaces are expected to build up employment by 72 million full-time jobs and add $2.7 trillion to global GDP by 2025. It’s estimated that the entire recruitment market is over $200 billion worldwide, and nearly every employer is a participant. Fusion Marketplace is hitting the ground running by changing the future of healthcare staffing.
Working as a traveling occupational therapist can be one of the most satisfying and rewarding career opportunities in healthcare. Travel OTs are regularly helping patients improve their lives, while experiencing a new setting regularly. Travel OTs have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, including outpatient clinics, skilled nursing facilities and rehab facilities. In order to practice occupational therapy in any part of the U.S., licensure is required and each occupational therapist has specific regulations to follow per state.