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    A Year on the Frontlines of COVID-19

    Last year on Doctor’s Day, we spoke with Dr. Sheneen Lalani about how locum tenens providers have been helping on the front lines of the rapidly spreading COVID-19 virus. Now, a year later, we caught up with Dr. Lalani to see what working through the pandemic for a full year has been like....

    Chris Keeley Chris Keeley | March 30, 2021

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    The Experiential Benefits of Locum Tenens in Rural Settings

    It’s no secret that different clinical settings bring different work experiences for the clinicians who staff them. Just as an emergency physician in a rural area won’t expect a high influx of gunshot wounds, for instance, an urban hospitalist may expect to see fewer visits stemming from chronic con...

    Evan Wade Evan Wade | March 25, 2021

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    How To Find a Job After Residency

    Alright. You have finally finished your residency and you’re ready to find yourself a new job. As eager as you may be, you might find that getting a new job is harder than you thought it would be. Think about it. There are so many people just like you finishing residency that are also looking for th...

    Stacy Cyr Stacy Cyr | March 18, 2021

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    How Locum Tenens Can Help Prepare For Healthcare’s High-Tech Future

    It’s fair to call healthcare the next great frontier of technology, with popular consumer products like the Apple Watch including health features that nearly match medical-grade equipment in terms of accuracy and reliability and companies large and small trying to break into the field. It’s a brave ...

    Evan Wade Evan Wade | March 11, 2021

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    3-Step Strategy for Boosting Clinical Efficiency while Delivering Care Virtually

    For the past few years, virtual health has been heralded as the next technological innovation that will cause disruption in the delivery of care. However, its adoption wasn’t quite widespread up until last year. The global health emergency caused by COVID-19 is pushing against structural barriers th...

    Rahul Varshneya Rahul Varshneya | February 25, 2021

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    #BecauseICan Explore the United States

    Dr. Eric L. is an interventional cardiologist and has been working locum tenens part-time for the past five years. Paired with working at his private practice in Daytona, he enjoys the opportunity to go on assignment and travel to new places....

    Chris Keeley Chris Keeley | February 17, 2021

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    3 Ways Locum Tenens Helps Young Providers Run a Private Practice

    In a May 2018 article, Dr. Linda Girgis spoke highly of locum tenens as a tool for young clinicians opening new practices. Considering the average medical professional’s tendency toward overwork — especially when they’re growing their own business on top of providing care — having the ability to tak...

    Evan Wade Evan Wade | February 11, 2021

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    Are You The Ideal Locum? 3 Questions to Ask Yourself

    If you're reading this blog post, you've probably heard of locum tenens work - flexible long- and short- term assignments for healthcare providers across the country, including physicians, NPs, PAs, CRNAs, and dentists. You may even know that locum tenens providers can pull in higher hourly rates t...

    Barton Team Barton Team | February 04, 2021

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    CRNAs Response and Reflection of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    In celebration of CRNA week, I wanted to reflect on our roles as a CRNA during the National COVID-19 Pandemic. This past year has brought fear, loss and hardship to many. Our world has definitely been turned upside down and we have had to change and adapt the way we would normally do things. As anes...

    Sonya Brown, CRNA Sonya Brown, CRNA | January 25, 2021

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    Rural Healthcare Needs Mental Health Professionals: How Locum Tenens Helps

    By taking on locum work in remote communities, psychiatrists experience a “pure practice” model, applying their skills without assuming the risks and challenges that come with permanent rural practice. Further, they gain a unique chance to sharpen their skills, all while providing much needed care t...

    Evan Wade Evan Wade | January 21, 2021