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  ACCLIVITY HEALTHCARE
Where Top Talent and Leading Healthcare Employers Meet!

For more than a decade, Acclivity Healthcare has proudly led the way in the field of healthcare recruiting and staffing. We've found and placed more than 13,000 top healthcare professionals with over 300 leading employers nationwide.  With office locations across the nation, we're able to find the very best candidates for the most difficult-to-fill positions within virtually every segment of healthcare!

We provide comprehensive and customizable recruiting and staffing support, including executive search services for senior and middle management, direct hire (long term), and staffing (interim/temporary) for both clinical and non-clinical positions. From Medical Records Clerks to Chief Nursing Officers, we've got you covered!

Contract to Hire is a way for organizations to combine the flexibility and cost-effective benefits of contract staffing with the power of full-time search and recruiting. This option gives you the ability to assess employee performance and suitability to the company culture prior to committing to a long term hire while allowing the employee to determine whether this employer and position will be a good fit.

Our methods are simple -- we provide access to high quality professionals who possess the skills, training, experience and personality that are most aligned with the objectives and environment of our customer.  This approach has proven to lower costs related to employment advertising, recruitment, and training – while increasing employee performance, output, and retention!

Call us today at 800.813.4565.
 

Acclivity Health Report Issue 66:
Read breaking healthcare news, expert job search and hiring tips, and more..
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Key GOP senator: Revised Senate healthcare bill expected soon:
Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), who has played a central role in negotiating the Senate .....
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Americans don't want Senate's health care plan, but it's unclear what they do want::
Americans really, really don't like the Senate bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Only 17 percent of U.S. adults approve of the health care bill.....
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How video games affect the brain::
Video gaming is clearly a popular form of entertainment, with video gamers collectively spending 3 billion hours per week..
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Lower paid NHS staff leaving to 'stack shelves in supermarkets', warns report: :
Workforce planning in the NHS is breaking down with fewer suitably trained staff available and increasing numbers of employees leaving the service due.....
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Hospitals that spend more initially yield better outcomes: :
Hospitals that spend more on initial care following patient emergencies have better outcomes than hospitals.....
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Can social media make or break your career? :
For doctors in the digital age, your social media fingerprint has the power to either advance or damage your career. Research has shown that many physicians using social media report .....
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Solving the problem of sleep in hospitals::
A noisy hospital -- not to mention interruptions by doctors and nurses and light exposure -- can make it difficult to rest when people need it most, according to researchers......
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