74% of AP Nurses and 71% of Physician Assistants say they are currently 'Satisfied' or 'Very Satisfied' with their current practice environments.
83% of APPs anticipate remaining in this type of practice in the next 6 months with the #1 reason for leaving being a lifestyle choice; seeking less time working and more time in private life.
AdvancedPractice.com can help you conquer staffing challenges by connecting you with highly qualified professionals looking to grow and expand on their experiences. Hospitals and clinics across the country are beginning to realize the potential that locum tenens staffing has to help facilities retain patients, offer continuous care, and relieve workloads on physicians. Learn more.
Whether you’re an employer looking for a health care professional to fill gaps, or a provider who is looking to diversify your portfolio of experiences, call 877-740-0404 today.
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83% of nurse practitioners and physician assistants surveyed will continue in their role as advanced practice providers through 2013
Of those, 40 percent plan to retire within the next 10 years and the majority (60 percent of nurse practitioners and 47 percent of physician assistants) plan to retire within the next 15 years
The term “locum tenens” is Latin for “to hold the place of.” When used today, it refers to providers who work at facilities on a temporary basis – anywhere from two weeks to ongoing, indefinite assignments – whether filling in for a full-time provider who is on vacation or leave,or providing a stop-gap measure while a facility recruits a permanent provider.
Who are Advanced Practice Professionals?
The Advanced Practice Provider is a category of clinicians comprised of Physician Assistants and Advanced Practice Nurses.
Advanced Practice Nurses includes Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Certified Nurse-Midwives and Certified Nurse Anesthetists.
AdvancedPractice.com™ is dedicated to matching great employers with highly qualified Advanced Practice Provider for locum tenens (temporary) employment. We focus entirely on the advanced practice market, ensuring that top-notch NPs PAs, CNAs, CNMs, and CRNAs are connected with the employers who will give them the experience and exposure they seek. Learn more.
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