Last week we talked about the challenges facing the healthcare industry for increasing employment in 2017. The fact is that there is a scarcity of qualified personnel, an abundance of need, and because of the constraints of time and money, a complex scenario.
The American Sentinel recognizes that nursing is becoming a hot profession, pharmacy professionals have increased to the point where supply at least meets (if not exceeds) demand, and healthcare-focused technology solutions are going to become a big part of the solution. Because the very nature of the healthcare profession means that there may often be times when hiring the right person can in fact be a matter of life or death, mistakes in the recruitment process can be significant according to Undercover Recruiter.
So what exactly are the biggest complications facing healthcare recruiting professionals?
Given the high costs, needs, and stress for the healthcare hiring professionals who have to find the right people as quickly as possible, what are some ways to streamline the recruiting process?
Although the future of the healthcare industry is at the moment unclear, what is certain is that good medical care is as needed now as it ever was before. And so the job of healthcare recruiters, while admittedly challenging, is critical.
Monique Mahler is the VP, Marketing & Partnerships at interviewstream. She is an avid researcher of facts, a self proclaimed marketing geek, and an equestrian in her spare time.