For many years, members of the baby boomer generation have held court in leadership positions across stalwart
industries—healthcare namely among them. They have developed their careers through years of hard work and ascended
the ranks of the healthcare field to helm facilities and organizations nationwide. But with this group now retiring in larger numbers, where does the industry go now?
This white paper explores the high-stakes topic of
shifting leadership roles, analyzes the drivers of change, assesses relevant
leadership trends and outlines new competency requirements.
Data and analysis included in the Report offers insights into the revenue-generating potential of physicians, nurse practitioners (NPs), and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), and examines why they are a key driver of healthcare economics. The Report includes details on billing to commercial payors, billing by specialty/practice area, and projected average collections per specialty.
are increasingly recognizing that the market for competitive talent places a
premium on effectively managing candidate relationships. Likewise, consistent
success in placing leaders requires skillful management of multiple components
of the recruiting process. This Industry Report explores how to create
personalized candidate experiences that build trust and transparency, while
also elevating the organization’s brand.
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are vital to the healthcare system. However, they face difficulties in acquiring and managing leadership talent. This white paper looks at these difficulties and offers two solutions - Multi-Search leadership recruiting and flexible Interim Leadership.
The 2023 AHA Environmental Scan, sponsored by AMN
Healthcare’s Interim Leadership Division, B.E. Smith, provides a snapshot of
past and present trends, as well as data and projections for the future.
Most organizations rightly view interim leadership as an effective way to manage a vacancy until a permanent solution is found. But another viable use of interims is to tackle a specific strategic project independent of a position opening. The changing landscape of healthcare has opened new opportunities for this option and strengthened its rationale. The time is right to take a fresh look at how interim leadership can bring much-needed management agility.
The healthcare leadership talent acquisition landscape has been changing in response to a host of long-term trends, from industry consolidation to value-based care migration to the rising demand for diversity. The pandemic has ushered in additional leadership imperatives. Adapting to these changing realities requires strategic, enterprise-level approaches to talent. This Practice Perspective explores Multi-Search, a governance-driven methodology that bases leadership recruiting in deep understanding of an organization’s direction and value propositions. It is an approach that is right for today.
Lingering pandemic-induced disruptions are reflected in the findings of the 2022 Healthcare Trends Survey, as all aspects of talent management continue to remain under pressure.
The coronavirus crisis has disrupted health systems in virtually every area, but perhaps nowhere more so than Emergency Departments. As the front door to a hospital, EDs across the country faced the brunt of patients during wave after wave of COVID-19, and healthcare professionals were struggling. B.E. Smith, an AMN Healthcare company, plays a major role in placing Emergency Department leaders, and this Practice Perspective highlights challenges and changes needed to adapt successfully.