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Healthcare Trends For Job Seekers

HEALTHCARE TRENDS

The Continuing Nurse Shortage

The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified a nationwide nurse shortage facing the United States. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, registered nurse jobs are projected to grow 7% from 2019 to 2029. The demand, mainly due to an aging population, continues to be difficult to keep up with.  As COVID-19 safety issues arose in […]

Best Job in 2021? Physician Assistant

Close to half of the nation's top 100 jobs for 2021 are in healthcare. This is the finding of the U.S. News and World Report's annual "Best Jobs" list. To determine the list of best jobs, they use the following criteria: salaries, employment rates, job openings, growth, stress, and work-life balance. With the global pandemic highlighting the value of healthcare professionals in today’s world, it is worth noting that many of these important healthcare jobs are [...]

Giving Back in a Pandemic Year

In February of 2020, Tal Healthcare launched its “14 Causes” initiative with a goal of donating to 14 charitable organizations in honor of Tal Healthcare’s 14th anniversary. Today we are proud to announce that we achieved our goal! Below is a list of the organizations to which we have donated either money, food, clothing, or [...]

Did You Know Tal Healthcare is WBENC Certified?

Tal Healthcare is thrilled to be certified as a women-owned business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). The WBENC is a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs and the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States.  Tal Healthcare was started in 2006 by its founder and CEO, Lea Tal. Leveraging over three decades of experience in [...]

Women in Medicine: Celebrating the Contributions of Women Physicians

September is Women in Medicine Month. In recognition, we are sharing the names and major accomplishments of five women physicians. Despite barriers of sexism and misogyny, these women physicians made significant impacts on healthcare.  Dr. Jane C Wright: Elevated the use of chemotherapy in the treatment of cancer.  Dr. Virginia Apgar: Created the first tool to scientifically assess newborns health risks.  Dr. Gerty Cori: Researched the use of glycogen in liver and muscle tissue paving the way for modern [...]

Community Health Centers: Lighting the Way for Healthier Communities Today and in the Future

National Health Center Week 2020 is celebrated this year from August 9 – 15. The week is traditionally set aside to acknowledge the work Community Health Centers have always done to keep their communities healthy.  This year, in addition to their valuable work, Community Health Centers have been on the front lines fighting the battle against COVID-19. Serving vulnerable and hard to reach populations, Health centers provide preventive and primary care services to […]

How Coronavirus has Changed Hiring

The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on employment. Businesses are struggling to adapt to a workforce that is increasingly working remotely, a downturned economy, and offices that need to be reconfigured to meet CDC safety guidelines. In addition, there is a renewed focus on anti-discrimination practices in the workplace. Job seekers are numerous; many […]

Are You Feeling the Mental Health Burden of COVID-19?

The Coronavirus has increased everyone’s stress and anxiety levels. It can be overwhelming at times. Although much of our situation during the pandemic is out of our control, there are still things you can do to manage your stress and anxiety and maintain your mental health. Connect with others: Social and physical distancing can leave […]

Nurse Shortage Collides with Pandemic
Will This be the Needed Catalyst for Change?

  Well before the coronavirus hit the U.S., several states were experiencing severe nurse shortages. Now, overworked, underpaid, and under-resourced, nurses of all types (RN, LPN, ADN, BSN, MSN, NP, DNP, APRN, CRNA) are on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. Is this the final wakeup call that will bring needed supports to the […]

Tal Healthcare Response to COVID-19

April 2020 – The priority of Tal Healthcare during this unprecedented time is the health and safety of our employees, clients, candidates, and recruiters. We moved quickly to establish our employees remotely, perform helpful outreach to our community, and focus on areas of hiring where we could make the most positive and meaningful impact. Tal […]

Professional Development with Dr. Lori Solomon

February 6, 2020 – Dr. Lori Solomon, Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at New York Medical College, stopped by Tal Healthcare to provide the team of recruiters and account managers with some professional development. Among the many topics discussed were behavioral health, physician burnout, value-based care, medical school and residency training […]

New York City Medical Schools Encourage Diversity by Reducing Student Debt

Becoming a physician is a lofty dream for many. One that includes a top education, respectability, and great compensation. However, compensation is complicated for physicians, especially considering the cost of medical school. Four years of medical school can cost about $250,000, leaving the average student with $190,000 in student debt at graduation. If you add on to […]

5 Healthcare Trends to be Grateful for

The healthcare industry continues to expand to meet the needs of an aging and growing population. There is an increasing demand for healthcare professionals including physicians, nurses, technologists, coders, and leaders. While some workforce shortages exist, there have been many advancements and innovations to help fill in the gaps. These are some of the healthcare […]

9 Ways Nurse Practitioners are Transforming Medicine

November 11-17 is National Nurse Practitioner (NP) week. 

Ten Critical Trends Impacting Healthcare in 2018

  Now that the eventful healthcare year of 2017 is behind us, what can we expect from the healthcare industry in 2018? Last year, healthcare faced many changes.  In 2018, the rate of change will increase as healthcare continues to evolve.  Entering the year 2018, these are some of the emerging trends to watch:  1. Continuing […]

Globalization and Physician Movement

HOW GLOBALIZATION’S PLACEMENT OR DISPLACEMENT OF PHYSICIANS IS IMPACTING HEALTHCARE

Learning From Physician Burnout

Most physicians think they are burning out – over 60% in a recent survey. 6% reported severe burnout. Is this crisis just a collection of individuals with problems? Or purely a consequence of EHR and bureaucratic tasks?