Author: All Star Healthcare
Osteopathic medical education programs enrolled a record-setting class size for the 2022–23 academic year, according to the 2022 Osteopathic Medical Profession Report. Plus, one-quarter of medical students in the United States have chosen this type of program, estimates the American Medical Association (AMA), indicating the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) training path is gaining greater […]
“Physician, heal thyself.” That saying dates back to ancient times, however, the 21st century connotation has taken on new significance as clinician burnout remains a critical concern within the healthcare industry. More than half the doctors surveyed for the 2023 Medscape U.S. Physician Burnout & Depression Report stated they are burned out on the job. […]
Each year, National Physician Assistants Week is celebrated from October 6–12, honoring all the hardworking physician assistants (PAs) delivering compassionate care throughout the United States. All Star Healthcare Solutions is privileged to connect dedicated, highly qualified PAs with healthcare facilities for both direct-hire positions and locum tenens assignments. “Our providers go above and beyond for […]
It’s National APP Week! Are You Adding Advanced Practice Providers to Your Facility’s Locum Tenens Mix?
September 25–29, 2023, is National APP Week, celebrating the many contributions of advanced practice providers (APPs) — nurse practitioners (NPs), physician assistants (PAs), and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), as well as certified anesthesiologist assistants, clinical nurse specialists, and certified nurse midwives. All Star Healthcare Solutions wishes to thank all APPs for your absolute dedication […]
From first-time locum tenens physicians and advanced practice providers to seasoned professionals who have been accepting temporary contracts for years, each opportunity means you become the newest member to the hospital unit, private practice office, or clinic staff. Not only do you need to quickly familiarize yourself with the setting and facility protocols, but you […]