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The composition of today’s healthcare workforce, like the healthcare system itself, is evolving - growing both in size and complexity.
Contingent labor in healthcare embraces a wide range of roles other than nurses, physicians and allied professionals, roles occupied by hundreds of thousands of non-clinical personnel. The term is no longer confined to workers placed by staffing agencies, but encompasses almost any relationship between a worker and employer that has a defined end date.
Along with the benefits of using contingent labor, businesses face labor-related challenges, including credentialing and compliance risks.
Download our white paper and learn best practices for the management of contingent workers, insights into how managed services programs can assist with this, along with tips for mitigating risk for the healthcare organization.
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