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  • Top 5 Questions for Your Locum Tenens Recruiter

    While working locum tenens, your recruiter will be your main contact, so it’s imperative you establish a good relationship with them. Think of your recruiter as the “go-to” person for all questions and issues. Before agreeing to interview or accepting an assignment, consider the following questions ...

    Sophia Khawly | June 17, 2021

  • Working Through the COVID-19 Pandemic Q&A

    It is no secret that the past year has been a challenge to people all around the world. From social distancing to trips to the ICU, it is safe to say that we all can’t wait to go back to normal life. Healthcare workers, in particular, have been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic since the b...

    Chris Keeley | June 10, 2021

  • States You Can Get an NP License in Under Eight Weeks

    Chances are you have chosen the locum tenens career path because of its flexible nature. A key factor in a provider’s decision to go locum is often having the ability to travel around the country. One of the major things holding providers back is not having the appropriate state license. As you kno...

    Chris Keeley | June 03, 2021

  • Locum Tenens Pros and Cons

    Locum tenens can be beneficial for a wide variety of providers (nurse practitioner, physician assistant, physician, dentist, CRNA), especially those who are just beginning their career or are nearing the end of it. There may be some providers for whom locum tenens is not an appropriate choice. Each ...

    Tayla Holman | May 27, 2021

  • AAPA Votes to Change Title Physician Assistant to Physician Associate

    The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) House of Delegates passed a resolution to change the name of their medical providers from physician assistant to “physician associate.” The vote came after several hours of deliberation and years of study by an international marketing and communica...

    Chris Keeley | May 26, 2021

  • How Do Healthcare Facilities Benefit from Locum Tenens?

    As the physician shortage in the United States continues to grow, many healthcare facilities are left wondering how to fill positions in order to prevent care gaps. With a projected physician shortage of between 54,000 and 139,000 by 2033, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges, h...

    Tayla Holman | May 20, 2021

  • National Provider Identifier Number FAQs (NPI Registry)

    As a non-healthcare worker, we were curious what exactly went into an NPI number listed in the NPI registry. An NPI number is a 10-digit numerical identifier used to identify an individual provider or health care entity. It is shared with other providers, employers, health plans, and payers via the ...

    Chris Keeley | May 13, 2021

  • Meet Our 2021 Locum Hero: Dr. Prerna Mona Khanna

    Earlier this year, Barton Associates announced its third annual Locum Heroes campaign, with a focus on giving back to locum tenens providers who make a difference in their communities, near and far. This year, our judging panel chose Dr. Prerna Mona Khanna as the 2021 Locum Hero for her dedication t...

    Chris Keeley | May 13, 2021

  • States You Can Get a PA License in Under Six Weeks

    Chances are you have chosen the locum tenens career path because of its flexible nature. A key factor in a provider’s decision to go locum is often having the ability to travel around the country. One of the major things holding providers back is not having the appropriate state license. As you know...

    Chris Keeley | May 06, 2021

  • Nurse Practitioners Let's Talk NP Salary

    A nurse practitioner’s salary doesn’t vary by years of experience, in contrast to most professions,. This survey found that after a nurse practitioner has been working for five years, the average NP salary doesn’t increase even after practicing for more than twenty years. This spans ER Nurses to Fam...

    Dr. Melissa DeCapua, DNP, PMHNP | April 28, 2021

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