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Healthcare organizations face both rapidly rising demand for services and clinical workforce along with the headwind of increased difficulty in hiring staff. These challenges may get worse this decade as our aging population needs more healthcare and more complex treatments, while the supply of nurses, physicians, and allied professionals is limited due to retirements and shortages.
This white paper analyzes how the rising talent imperative accompanying the powerful rise in demand for clinicians is pushing up wages for core staff hires. However, pay rates for temporary clinicians have remained relatively flat.
Given the high demand industrywide for temporary healthcare professionals, and their increasingly critical role in helping organizations fulfill their patient-care missions, this pay inequity is harming healthcare organizations’ ability to secure the talent they need.
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