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Resources for Healthcare Providers

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A few great reads for your path and life as a PA.

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Medical Recruitment: Are you hiring the best candidate for your healthcare organization?

By Resources for Healthcare Providers
Finding Qualified Healthcare Workers Should be Easy It seems that now, more than ever, the resources required to do a job well are increasingly less than adequate. With many advents in technology, you would think the opposite would be true. Surely, in the 21st century, tasks such as hiring new...
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Increasing demand for Psychiatric Mental Health NP’s and PA’s in the US

By Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner, Resources for Healthcare Providers
Shortage of Mental Health Professionals amplified by Covid-19 Demand for psychiatric NPs and PAs is estimated to grow exponentially in the next five years. All sources, including health authorities and insurance companies, indicate that there is a vast and growing shortage of Mental Health Professionals in America. Combined demand for psychiatric NPs...
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At the Crossroads: 8 Questions to Consider When Switching Specialties.

By Resources for Healthcare Providers
Congrats on graduating and successfully landing your first PA position! Hopefully, you have given yourself some time to rest and recover. You are probably wondering what your world will look like now that you are no longer an official student. Be encouraged by that, but don’t forget that it is...
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PA versus MD Lifestyle (Work/Why Balance & Why It’s Important)

By Resources for Healthcare Providers
The idea of work/life balance is something that get’s tossed around a lot. In fact, we already have a few ideas on what that might look like for a PA here. But if we change the perspective a bit, there is a new question to ask. Does your why (the reason you became...
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X Physician Assistant Interview Questions [You’ll Be Asked]

By Resources for Healthcare Providers
As a Physician Assistant, we are trained for Primary Care. Sure you can pick a specialty for the long term, but many PAs out there are interested in making a shift or two at some point in their career. Luckily, this is typically an easy process. Let’s dig into a...
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First Physician Assistant Job? Here Are X Tips That’ll Help

By Resources for Healthcare Providers
If you haven’t experienced an interview for a PA position yet, it might be helpful to know just what you could be walking into. Being blindsided in any interview is never fun, so here are a few things you might experience. The PA interview usually starts with meeting at the...
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