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COVID-19 Response How We Help Our Partners

Healthcare staffing needs in response to COVID-19 are changing by the hour. We are committed to working with you to meet these evolving needs, and we want to thank you for your dedication in supporting healthcare professionals and facilities during this time.

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What stance are healthcare professional organizations taking regarding the COVID-19 vaccine?
Is AMN Healthcare requiring that healthcare providers be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus?

AMN Healthcare is NOT requiring that healthcare professionals be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. For additional questions or concerns related to vaccine requirements by facility, please reach out to your AMN representative.

How do I submit proof that I have received the COVID-19 vaccination?

Please send proof of your vaccination status to the email address that corresponds with the division you work in.

Travel Nursing: Kofax.credentialing@amnhealthcare

Local Nursing or Allied (per diem or contract):

Allied Travel:

Locum Tenens: Send directly to your recruiter or credentialing analyst

Revenue Cycle Solutions:

COVID Whitepapers

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Healthcare System Fills Talent Needs, Controls Costs with Managed Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted two key talent management priorities moving forward: ensuring that the right people are in place and building sufficient flexibility to address emerging challenges. Today’s health systems require a diverse workforce with an ever-growing array of skills, specialties and experience.


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Four Keys To Future Success: What COVID-19 Has Taught Us

While healthcare providers continue to navigate the challenges COVID-19 has presented over the past year, one key point has emerged—the necessity to plan, plan and plan some more.

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Containing Hospital Labor Costs in the Era of COVID-19

Labor is the highest expense for most hospitals and healthcare systems and therefore a logical place to look for cost containment opportunities.

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