Things are different in the country, and healthcare is no exception. PAs who work in rural settings are in for a unique and rewarding experience.
The latest report on APRN compensation suggests ways NPs and CRNAs can increase their salary and long-term earning potential.
Physical therapist Bo Lacy shares why he loves the freedom of a travel career and how he couldn’t be happier with his new lifestyle.
CompHealth locums president Lisa Grabl argues that “learning to say no is one of the most important things you can do to achieve your long-term goals...
Asking the right questions and doing your homework before accepting the job will help you be happier and more successful in your next hospital job.
With the physician shortage, recruiting out-of-area physicians is a necessity that can be both urgent and challenging. These six tips can help.
How to meet the requirements of California AB5 law that limits healthcare employers’ ability to hire 1099 independent contractors.
For late-career physicians, locum tenens provides opportunities to work at your own pace, generate income, and postpone retirement.
Physical therapist Cassie H. describes her decision to start taking travel PT jobs as one of the best choices she has ever made.
Looking for the right salary, job location, or even a consolidated schedule? These three tips can help you find the perfect CRNA job.