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    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 | January 25, 2021

  • 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 | January 21, 2021

  • 5 Steps to Get Ready for Your Next Assignment

    Times are tough. The Covid-19 pandemic continues and we’re working harder than ever. It’s even strange to see non-Covid patients, but not enough of a relief. So, time off is, perhaps, more important than ever. Getting to the point where you don’t dread your “Sunday,” whatever physical day of the wee...

    Gail Clifford, MD | January 07, 2021

  • Avoid Delays in Credentialing Locums During COVID-19

    When trying to serve your patients during COVID-19, delays in staffing can be frustrating - not to mention life-threatening. By credentialing locum tenens providers quickly, you can provide better care to those who need it most.That said, the credentialing process can be arduous - so how can you be ...

    Ellen Lowry | December 30, 2020

  • Five Outdoor Activities To Do While On Assignment This Winter

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    Emma Thompson | December 24, 2020

  • How Nurse Practitioners Unwind During COVID-19

    Healthcare burnout is real, and it's not just experienced by physicians. Nurse Practitioners experience professional burnout too- especially when they are working long hours, in demanding settings, and without a break....

    Barton Team | December 17, 2020

  • Barton Associates: Industry Experts in IHS Facility Staffing

    As a locum tenens staffing and recruiting company, part of our mission is to equip healthcare organizations with the resources necessary to improve the lives of their patients. What does this mean for your IHS (Indian Health Service) facility? Read on to learn more about our IHS staffing experience...

    Barton Team | December 10, 2020

  • Guide to Surviving the Physician Shortage [Free Download]

    Earlier this year, the Association of American Medical Colleges released it's 2020 report on the projected physician shortage in the United States. In its findings, the AAMC projects a Total Shortage of between 54,100 and 139,000 physicians by 2033. According to AAMC, This is due to factors such a...

    Barton Team | December 03, 2020

  • Need Holiday Coverage? Try Locum Tenens Staffing

    As the cold fall season brings us closer to the winter months, it’s time to start planning for holiday coverage at your organization. Thanks to vacations and winter illnesses, many facilities find themselves without sufficient coverage from November through January. This can result in a decrease in...

    Barton Team | November 27, 2020

  • Rural Hospital Finds Consistent Locum Coverage with Barton Associates

    In a recent report by the AAMC, it was estimated that there will be a shortage of between 54,100 and 139,000 physicians by the year 2033. But this growing physician shortage has already presented a problem, with facilities across the United States looking to locum tenens to fill gaps in coverage. In...

    Ellen Lowry | November 19, 2020