Nurse Strike Suggests Need for New Staffing Models

December 30th, 2011 Last week's nurse strike in California represents a growing concern over inadequate staffing levels and its potential effect on patient care. What if hospitals started developing strategic staffing models that leverage temporary workers?

Occupational Therapists Learn the Truth About Travel

December 22nd, 2011 Plenty of myths surround temporary or travel healthcare jobs, especially when it comes to new graduates. Here are a few of the concerns early professionals in the rehab therapy world shared with us.

Recent CompHealth Media Coverage

November 18th, 2011

CompHealth Recruiter's Story Wins International Honor

November 18th, 2011

CompHealth is Ranked a Top Company in Healthcare

October 26th, 2011

CompHealth Shares in STAR Program Launch in Rhode Island

October 24th, 2011 On September 22, I traveled to Providence, Rhode Island to share in an exciting launch event at the statehouse that marks a growing movement in cancer survivorship care. Oncology Rehab Partners (ORP), creators of the STAR Certifications for cancer rehab, partnered with Rhode Island's Gloria Gemma Foundation and the state of Rhode Island to make its STAR Program the new standard of care for cancer survivors throughout the state.

Frequently Asked Questions about Visas

October 22nd, 2011 As a foreign medical student or physician, you may have questions about your immigration options, such as how to achieve the right work status for your circumstances, or how to be granted lawful permanent residency or citizenship. CompHealth can help you cut through the red tape and make sense of it all.

Licensing Hints and Tips

October 22nd, 2011 To simplify the licensing process for you, experts from CompHealth have put together these easy-to-follow hints and tips.

CompHealth Division Receives Joint Commission Certification

October 20th, 2011

Employee Engagement: How to Navigate Competition and Attract Talent

October 20th, 2011 It’s hard to find the right person to fill a position. Once you do and convince him or her to join your team, your job really begins. Now you have to keep your new employee, and that is no easy task. Today, people are more likely to take a risk and leave their current job in pursuit of something more, something better than in years past. Keeping employees engaged in their job and with your organization is not something that happens because a manager says it has to. It requires the participation of each person within your facility, and it can start with anyone.