BOCA RATON, Fla., April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical Staffing Network Healthcare, LLC (MSN) has released its "Healthcare across America," an infographic that is anchored upon data that reveals the depth of the nursing supply and demand disconnect across the top five healthcare markets.
When it comes to healthcare in the United States, there are five concentrated areas of consumption, which coincide with the largest population centers–California, Florida, Illinois, New York and Texas. With the introduction of affordable care, this disparity is only going to increase. While these five states account for nearly a third of all the registered nurses in America, it is simply not enough to meet the rising demand of these healthcare epicenters and to counteract the steady stream of Baby Boomers exiting the workforce.
"Our Healthcare across America infographic was designed to expose the gravity of the disconnect," said Brian Poplin, President and CEO of Medical Staffing Network. To address this growing concern, Medical Staffing Network is working closely with healthcare organizations to redistribute the healthcare workforce within these five regions, providing employment opportunities, decreasing clinician shortages and ensuring that care is accessible throughout the country."
The Medical Staffing Network Safety "Healthcare across America" Infographic can be downloaded here.
About Medical Staffing Network Healthcare, LLC
Medical Staffing Network is one of the largest and most recognized national providers of healthcare staffing and workforce solutions that balance quality patient care with cost-savings. With more than 30 years of experience, MSN's offerings streamline and optimize the patient care continuum from recruitment and onboarding to intake and case management. As a comprehensive healthcare staffing company, MSN provides nursing, allied healthcare, pharmacy, clinical research, anesthesia, advanced practice and case management professionals through a network of 60+ locations and traveler solutions.
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