PARK CITY, Utah, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Four executives from Supplemental Health Care – led by President and Chief Executive Officer Janet Elkin – will showcase their wide-ranging expertise in panels at the upcoming 2014 Staffing Industry Analysts' Healthcare Staffing Summit, scheduled for Sept. 8-10 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel.
Elkin's session, entitled "Physical and Occupational Therapy: How to Position for the Future and Prosper in the Present," will focus on the resurgence of these allied health fields, how companies can capitalize on the trends associated with them and critical areas to emphasize when recruiting therapists for these practice areas.
"Now more than ever, there's an increased demand for allied health clinicians in a number of different areas," Elkin said. "And as our country continues to age, that demand will only continue to grow. We're pleased that Supplemental Health Care can offer its expertise on a wide range of topic areas at the Healthcare Staffing Summit. An event such as this provides a wonderful opportunity to exchange insights and best practices with other staffing leaders in our industry."
Other Supplemental Health Care panelists and their discussion topics include:
- Cory Kreig, division vice president for Supplemental Physicians, will provide an overview of how practices are utilizing nurse practitioners and physician assistants and what areas are experiencing a demand for these services in his panel "Advanced Practitioners: An Update from the Front Line of this Growing Market."
- Laura Magner, chief operating officer, will offer her insight on the unique opportunities of working with clinical staffs of fewer than 100 employees as part of the panel "Selling Where the Boom is: How to Win in the Small Healthcare Provider Market."
- Tanya Tesseyman, vice president of Supplemental Health Care's Recruitment Process Outsourcing division, is part of a panel entitled "Unleashing the Power of Direct Hire." Tesseyman will speak to the strategies involved in an organization's transition from temporary staffing to direct-hire employees.
Supplemental Health Care provides diverse solutions that meet the specific needs of its clients, regardless of size. Its Supplemental Physicians division focuses specifically on the recruitment of locum tenens (temporary) physicians and physician assistants, which are increasingly in demand.
Supplemental Health Care's Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) solution provides a cost-saving, turnkey approach to staffing. Through RPO Supplemental Health Care becomes an extension of an organization's human resources department – recruiting, screening, credentialing, hiring and retaining personnel that become full-time employees.
This year's summit will focus on "The Challenge of Execution," highlighting the latest trends and best practices employed by staffing companies to recruit top talent and maximize profitability. It will offer educational sessions and networking opportunities for the more than 300 staffing executives who are expected to attend the conference.
About Supplemental Health Care:
Since its inception in 1984, Supplemental Health Care has served as a comprehensive workforce solutions provider that delivers customized strategies to address staffing challenges faced by healthcare organizations nationwide. Leveraging a selection of business solutions such as Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Managed Services, PRN Pool Management and Contingent Staffing, Supplemental Health Care utilizes its deep staffing expertise to deliver wide ranging and creative workforce strategies that afford organizations better access to skilled clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals.
Headquartered in Park City, Utah, Supplemental Health Care's maintains an extensive local office network of more than 58 offices in major U.S. markets and four fully-integrated national divisions: Travel Nursing, Travel Therapy, Supplemental Physicians and Advanced Practice. Visit www.SupplementalHealthCare.com to learn more.
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