Talent scarcity has long been an issue for the healthcare industry, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated this challenge. With hiring for all types of healthcare roles — including clinical and non-clinical positions — expected to rise in the coming months and years, what can the healthcare industry do to close the talent gaps?
According to a new report published by Everest Group, the partnership between Randstad US and AMN Healthcare provides an end-to-end solution for managing both permanent and contingent hiring and could be game-changing in solving talent shortages in healthcare.
The partnership and combined offering gives healthcare organizations analytics on all types of roles. This will enable healthcare systems to gain transparency in their workforces and make data-driven decisions.
Apart from adopting a total talent approach to talent attraction, firms are also using talent innovation to hire healthcare professionals, such as organizing virtual recruitment events and career fairs, and accessing online databases of healthcare professionals.
Read the full article in Toolbox for HR for more details on how healthcare organizations are meeting their clinical and non-clinical talent needs. You can also get your copy of “Everest Group Research Report: integrated talent solutions from AMN Healthcare & Randstad” for a detailed analysis of current healthcare talent acquisition trends and how emerging solutions can help close the skills gaps.