Author Archive

Thanksgiving 2023: Saluting Our Healthcare Heroes – CNE Medical Staffing

November 23rd, 2023 Blog

Giving Thanks to Our Healthcare Heroes: A Thanksgiving Message from CNE Medical Staffing

As we approach Thanksgiving Day on November 23, 2023, it’s a fitting time to pause, reflect, and express our gratitude for the countless healthcare professionals who dedicate their lives to caring for others. At CNE Medical Staffing, we have the privilege of working with these extraordinary individuals every day, and we are continually inspired by their unwavering commitment, resilience, and compassion.

A Year of Challenges and Triumphs:

The past year has been one of significant challenges for the healthcare industry. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has placed immense strain on healthcare facilities and professionals, highlighting the critical importance of our nurses, allied healthcare providers, and all those who work tirelessly behind the scenes to support patient care.

In addition to these challenges, we have also witnessed incredible triumphs. We’ve seen healthcare professionals go above and beyond to provide exceptional care under difficult circumstances, demonstrating remarkable adaptability, innovation, and teamwork. Lastly, we’ve seen communities come together to support their local healthcare facilities and staff, showing that we are all in this together.

Giving Thanks to Our Healthcare Heroes

This Thanksgiving, we want to express our deepest gratitude to all the healthcare professionals we work with at CNE Medical Staffing. Your dedication, courage, and compassion are truly inspiring, and we are honored to support you in your vital work.

Particularly to our nurses who often serve the patients and their families, thank you for your empathy, and patience. Your ability to comfort, heal, and inspire is nothing short of extraordinary.

At the same time, to our allied healthcare professionals, who provide essential services, thank you for your dedication. Your work is integral to the functioning of our healthcare system, and we are deeply grateful for your contributions.

Finally, to the healthcare facilities we partner with, thank you for your trust in us. We are committed to continuing to support you in your mission to deliver high-quality care to your communities.

Conclusion

As we gather with our loved ones this Thanksgiving, let’s take a moment to acknowledge and appreciate the healthcare heroes among us. Their dedication and sacrifice make a profound difference in the lives of countless individuals and communities.

From all of us at CNE Medical Staffing, we wish you a Thanksgiving filled with peace, joy, and gratitude. Thank you for all that you do. Happy Thanksgiving Day this year 2023!

 

Industry-Leading Medical Staffing Agency

November 20th, 2023 Blog

Industry-Leading Medical Staffing Agency

Connecting Maryland healthcare facilities with top nursing talent.

 

HEALTHCARE NETWORK STAFFING

Our services are anything but ordinary, designed to bridge the gap between ambitious nurses and the type of healthcare facilities that want more: more exceptional talent, more skillset diversity, and more happy patients. And that, we do, opening up our world-class network of candidates to organizations across Maryland, without the hassle of recruiting. Tailored healthcare staffing – every time.

BY NURSES,

FOR NURSES.

As a nurse-run nurse practitioner staffing agency, we understand. From the nationwide nursing shortages to the rates you need to pay to reel in the right talent, we believe that it takes a nurses’ boots-on-the-ground experiences to hit the recruitment jackpot. It’s about more than showing you how to attract the professionals you want. It’s about giving you the tools to keep them there.

WE’RE CAREER MATCHMAKERS.

When we say we’re invested in your success, we mean it. So much so, we pledge to ensure that every candidate we connect you with has the potential to help your business thrive; today, tomorrow, and in ten years’ time. By solving your staffing challenges, filling knowledge gaps, and bringing new realms of quality to your team, it’s all in the details.

SEARCHING FOR TOP TALENT?

It’s easy – we’re putting a world-class talent pool, a diverse selection of candidates, and a rigorous vetting process in your corner. It’s all about easing the weight of background-checking, skills-testing, and interviewing from your shoulders, so you can dedicate your time where it counts: making a difference. From short-term contracts to full-time roles, your next hire is here.

 

 

SEARCHING FOR YOUR NEXT ROLE?

We’d love to hear from you. To our tailored healthcare staffing team, it’s never been about how quickly we can slot you into a role. It’s about matching your long-term goals, personality, skillset, and – crucially – wants, with the right employer. One time, or full-time? Fast-paced, or ultra-personal? On your doorstep, or a travel adventure? Whatever the route, we exist to make your next chapter, your best chapter.

 

 

The Rising Preference for Locum Tenens Medical Staffing: How CNE Medical Staffing is Meeting the Demand

November 18th, 2023 Blog

The Rising Preference for Locum Tenens Medical Staffing: How CNE Medical Staffing is Meeting the Demand

The healthcare industry is constantly evolving, and one trend that has gained significant traction in recent years is the rising preference for locum tenens medical staffing. Locum tenens, a Latin term meaning “to hold the place of,” refers to healthcare providers who temporarily fill in for other professionals during their absence. At CNE Medical Staffing, we recognize the growing demand for locum tenens services and are committed to providing healthcare facilities with the skilled, reliable professionals they need to maintain high-quality patient care.

Why Locum Tenens Staffing is Gaining Popularity:

There are several reasons behind the increasing preference for locum tenens medical staffing, including:
Flexibility: Locum tenens professionals offer healthcare facilities the flexibility to fill staffing gaps on a short-term basis, whether due to vacations, medical leaves, or unexpected increases in patient volume. This allows facilities to maintain optimal staffing levels without the long-term commitment of hiring permanent staff.
Cost Savings: Employing locum tenens professionals can be more cost-effective for healthcare facilities, as they typically do not require benefits such as health insurance, retirement plans, or paid time off. This can help facilities manage their budgets more effectively while still ensuring adequate staffing levels.
Access to Specialized Skills: Locum tenens professionals often possess specialized skills and expertise that may not be readily available within a healthcare facility’s existing staff. By utilizing locum tenens services, facilities can access these specialized skills on an as-needed basis, ensuring that patients receive the highest quality care.
Reduced Burnout: The use of locum tenens professionals can help alleviate the workload of permanent staff, reducing the risk of burnout and improving overall job satisfaction.

How CNE Medical Staffing is Meeting the Demand for Locum Tenens Services:

At CNE Medical Staffing, we are dedicated to providing healthcare facilities with the skilled locum tenens professionals they need to maintain high-quality patient care. Our approach to meeting the demand for locum tenens services includes:

Rigorous Screening and Training: We thoroughly screen and train all of our locum tenens professionals to ensure that they possess the necessary skills, qualifications, and experience to deliver exceptional care. This includes verifying licenses, conducting background checks, and providing ongoing education and training opportunities.
Customized Staffing Solutions: We understand that healthcare facilities have unique staffing needs, which is why we work closely with our clients to develop customized locum tenens staffing solutions that meet their specific requirements.
Seamless Integration: We strive to ensure that our locum tenens professionals integrate seamlessly into healthcare facilities, working closely with existing staff to provide a smooth, efficient transition and maintain continuity of care for patients.
Ongoing Support: We recognize that locum tenens professionals may face unique challenges in their roles, and we are committed to providing them with the support and resources they need to succeed. This includes access to a dedicated team of recruiters, as well as resources and support services to help them manage the demands of their work.

Conclusion:

The rising preference for locum tenens medical staffing is a testament to the many benefits these professionals can bring to healthcare facilities. At CNE Medical Staffing, we are committed to meeting the growing demand for locum tenens services by providing skilled, reliable professionals who can help facilities maintain high-quality patient care. By offering rigorous screening and training, customized staffing solutions, seamless integration, and ongoing support, we are helping healthcare facilities navigate the ever-evolving landscape of medical staffing and build a stronger, more resilient healthcare system for all.

 

Interested? Click below to send your resume.

American Health Care Faces a Staffing Crisis: How CNE Medical Staffing is Stepping Up to the Challenge

November 16th, 2023 Blog

American Health Care Faces a Staffing Crisis: How CNE Medical Staffing is Stepping Up to the Challenge

The American healthcare system is currently facing a staffing crisis, with a shortage of qualified healthcare providers, particularly nurses and allied healthcare professionals. This crisis has been exacerbated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has placed immense strain on healthcare facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, and doctors’ offices. At CNE Medical Staffing, we understand the gravity of this situation and are committed to providing top-notch staffing solutions to help alleviate the burden on healthcare facilities and ensure that patients receive the care they need.

The Current State of the Healthcare Staffing Crisis

The healthcare staffing crisis in the United States is a multifaceted issue, with several contributing factors. An aging population, coupled with a growing number of individuals with chronic health conditions, has led to an increased demand for healthcare services. Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has placed unprecedented stress on healthcare workers, leading to burnout and early retirement for many professionals.
As a result, healthcare facilities across the country are struggling to maintain adequate staffing levels, which can lead to longer wait times, reduced quality of care, and increased risk of medical errors. This crisis is particularly acute in rural areas, where healthcare facilities often have limited resources and struggle to attract and retain qualified staff.

How CNE Medical Staffing is Addressing the Crisis

At CNE Medical Staffing, we are dedicated to providing healthcare facilities with the skilled professionals they need to navigate this challenging time. Our approach to addressing the staffing crisis includes:

Rigorous Screening and Training: We thoroughly screen and train all of our healthcare providers to ensure that they possess the necessary skills, qualifications, and experience to deliver high-quality care. This includes verifying licenses, conducting background checks, and providing ongoing education and training opportunities.

Flexible Staffing Solutions: We understand that healthcare facilities have unique staffing needs, which is why we offer a range of flexible staffing solutions, including per diem, contract, and travel nursing positions. This allows us to quickly and efficiently fill staffing gaps, ensuring that healthcare facilities can maintain optimal patient care.

Supporting Our Healthcare Providers: We recognize that healthcare professionals are the backbone of our business, and we are committed to supporting them in every way possible. This includes offering competitive compensation packages, comprehensive benefits, and access to resources and support services to help them manage the stress and challenges of their work.

Fostering Strong Relationships: We believe that strong relationships between healthcare facilities and staffing agencies are essential for addressing the staffing crisis. We work closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and challenges and develop customized staffing solutions that meet their specific requirements.

Conclusion

The healthcare staffing crisis in the United States is a complex and pressing issue that requires a multifaceted approach. At CNE Medical Staffing, we are committed to doing our part to help alleviate the burden on healthcare facilities and ensure that patients receive the care they need. By providing highly skilled healthcare providers, flexible staffing solutions, and unwavering support for our professionals, we are helping to address the staffing crisis and build a stronger, more resilient healthcare system for all Americans.

Navigating the Healthcare Landscape: A Review of 2021-2022

November 9th, 2023 Blog

Navigating the Healthcare Landscape: A Review of 2021-2022

As we reflect on the past two years, it’s clear that the healthcare sector in the United States has faced unprecedented challenges and undergone significant transformations. The COVID-19 pandemic has not only tested the resilience of our healthcare system but also highlighted its strengths and exposed its weaknesses.

The Pandemic’s Impact

The pandemic has been the most significant factor shaping the healthcare landscape in 2021-2022. It has strained resources, pushed healthcare providers to their limits, and underscored the importance of a robust, adaptable healthcare system. Hospitals and healthcare facilities across the country have grappled with surges in patient numbers, staffing shortages, and supply chain disruptions.

Staffing Shortages

One of the most pressing issues has been the shortage of healthcare providers, particularly nurses and allied healthcare professionals. This has been exacerbated by the pandemic, with many healthcare workers experiencing burnout due to the intense pressure and demanding work conditions. Companies like CNE Medical Staffing have played a crucial role in addressing this issue, providing much-needed staffing solutions to healthcare facilities.

Telehealth Revolution

On a positive note, the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of telehealth services. With social distancing measures in place, many healthcare providers have turned to virtual consultations to continue providing care to their patients. This has not only increased accessibility for patients but also opened up new opportunities for healthcare providers.

Healthcare Disparities

However, the pandemic has also highlighted the stark disparities in healthcare access and outcomes. Communities of color, low-income households, and rural areas have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. These disparities have sparked a renewed focus on health equity, with calls for systemic changes to address these issues.

Mental Health Crisis

Another significant issue that has come to the forefront is the mental health crisis. The pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of many Americans, leading to increased demand for mental health services. However, the mental health system has struggled to meet this demand, highlighting the need for increased funding and resources.

Looking Ahead

As we move forward, it’s clear that the healthcare sector must continue to adapt and innovate. The lessons learned from the pandemic will be invaluable in shaping the future of healthcare. It’s crucial that we continue to invest in our healthcare infrastructure, support our healthcare workers, and strive for health equity.

In conclusion, the years 2021-2022 have been a period of significant challenges and changes for the healthcare sector. However, these challenges have also presented opportunities for growth and innovation. As we navigate this evolving landscape, it’s clear that the resilience, dedication, and adaptability of our healthcare providers will continue to be our greatest strength.

CNE Medical Staffing: Your Partner in Quality Healthcare

October 31st, 2023 Blog

Delivering Excellence in Healthcare: The CNE Medical Staffing Advantage

In the dynamic and demanding world of healthcare, having a reliable and skilled team is paramount. This is where CNE Medical Staffing steps in, providing top-tier staffing solutions to healthcare facilities across the country.

CNE Medical Staffing is not just a staffing agency; we are a dedicated partner committed to enhancing the quality of patient care. Our primary focus is on supplying healthcare facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, and doctors’ offices with highly skilled nurses and allied healthcare professionals.

Our team understands the unique challenges that healthcare facilities face when it comes to staffing. The need for qualified professionals who can deliver exceptional patient care is always high. However, finding the right fit can be a daunting task. This is where our expertise comes into play.

At CNE Medical Staffing, we have a rigorous selection process to ensure that we only provide the best. Our nurses and allied healthcare professionals are not only highly skilled and experienced, but they also share our commitment to delivering compassionate and quality care.

Why partner with us?

Partnering with us means you can focus on what you do best – providing excellent healthcare services. We take care of the staffing, ensuring that your operations run smoothly even during peak times or staff shortages.

But our commitment doesn’t stop at providing staff. We believe in building long-term relationships with our clients. We work closely with healthcare facilities to understand their specific needs and challenges, allowing us to provide tailored staffing solutions that contribute to their success.

In a nutshell, CNE Medical Staffing is more than a staffing agency. We are a partner who understands your needs, shares your commitment to quality care, and works tirelessly to ensure that your healthcare facility is always staffed with the best.

Choose CNE Medical Staffing, and experience the difference that a dedicated, skilled, and compassionate healthcare staffing partner can make.

 

Pandemic And Staffing

February 21st, 2022 Blog
Due to the recent Pandemic, the search for nursing staff is becoming more and more difficult and time-consuming. Because suitable and qualified personnel is not available everywhere and at all times. The search takes time, and the proven methods are often no longer promising in the digital age.
Staffing companies are the solution hospitals and healthcare facilities found in their need for nursing staff. Through these staffing companies, the nurses will find a channel where they will be employed in an appropriate facility.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Registered Nurses (RNs) workforce is expected to expand to 3.4 million by 2024. Due to the increase of nurse retirements, patients and an increased number of patients to a nurse are all leading to a shortage of nurses. Nurses throughout the United States have gone on strike to protest existing nurse-to-patient ratios, claiming that the present balance jeopardizes patient care quality.

Pandemic And Staffing

Nurse Shortage

The American healthcare system is in crisis, putting patients in harm’s way and risking institutions’ financial stability throughout the nation. It doesn’t seem like it’ll slow down anytime soon. A lack of registered nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPS) is the issue, with almost 200,000 open posts at any one moment.

The effect of scarcity on patient treatment is significant. Existing employees are compelled to work long hours, and additional shifts as hospitals fill vacancies. However, this strategy has its own set of issues. Several studies have shown a connection between the amount of hours RNs work and the quality of patient care they provide.

There are Fewer Nurses

It is expected that nearly one million baby boomer nurses will retire by 2030, necessitating the hiring of fresh graduates and younger nurses. Presently, 70,000 nurses retire each year, contributing significantly to the nursing shortage. The scarcity is more likely to harm rural populations. Hospital administrators have difficulty filling vacancies for healthcare workers in distant places since these areas may be less appealing to reside in.

Aging Population

Overall, the population is aging, with the baby boom generation approaching a period of greater healthcare need. Currently, more Americans are over the age of 65 than at any previous point in history. The last of the baby boomer generation will retire in 2030, resulting in a 73 percent rise in the number of Americans aged 65 and over, from 41 million in 2011 to 71 million in 2019.

The need for health care grows as the population ages. The fact is that most older people do not have just one illness to cope with, but rather a slew of diseases and conditions that need treatment. The millions of Americans who will reach their mid-sixties during the next decade will need more healthcare services than ever before. Generally, the population is living longer, resulting in increased usage of health services.

Retirement

In reality, RNs in the United States are, on average, 50 years old. Furthermore, the COVID-19 epidemic has accelerated the retirement of many nurses throughout the nation, resulting in an even more significant nursing shortage.

As experienced nurses retire, there is a shortage of nurses trained to teach and educate new nurses. Nursing schools around the nation are in desperate need of skilled instructors to take their place as existing nurse educators retire. Nursing schools will be unable to educate enough nurses to solve the shortfall due to a lack of professors.

Burnout

Many nurses are departing the profession. Because there is a scarcity of new nurses, established RNs are in great demand. To make up for the shortfalls, many RNs are working long shifts with a large number of patients. This may cause increased stress and decreased work satisfaction and push nurses away from the field. When there isn’t an adequate number of nurses, present nurses may feel under pressure and choose a more versatile and controllable professional path.

Insufficient Resources

There are currently insufficient means to train future nurses. Many nursing school applicants are being denied due to a lack of nurse professors and classroom space. Most nursing training schools do not accept more students in their medical care programs because they cannot find enough classrooms to teach the large numbers of students who want to study. Many individuals want to become nurses, but there aren’t enough opportunities to go to school and study.

Contact information

Phone: 4108645693
Email: cnemedicalstaffing@gmail.com
Submit a vacancy request: Click Here

Effects of Nursing Shortage

February 20th, 2022 Blog
It’s challenging to forecast how the nurse shortage will affect the healthcare business in the future, but many experts are projecting what will happen. Inevitable repercussions are already visible in the field.

The main fear is that the quality of treatment would suffer due to the increased nurse-to-patient ratios. According to research, assigning more patients to a single nurse increases the chance of hospitalization and patient fatality. Patients also indicate lower satisfaction with a hospital or clinic with fewer nurses on duty and more excellent patient-to-nurse ratios.

The nursing shortage will affect not just patients but also nurses. Working settings will be more stressful, with more extended working periods and unbalanced work and life. This may cause more nurses to burn out and leave the profession, escalating the problem.

Nursing Shortage

Facilities throughout the United States are adjusting their strategies to address critical workforce shortages, increasingly depending on staffing firms to cover such gaps. As they prepare for the future, hospital administrators in the United States who are bearing the brunt of the shortfall will need to adopt a holistic strategy to healthcare staffing.

Contact information

Phone: 4108645693
Email: cnemedicalstaffing@gmail.com
Submit a vacancy request: Click Here

How Nurse Staffing Agencies Works

February 19th, 2022 Blog
Hospitals having problems filling temporary or permanent nursing positions might turn to nurse staffing services for help. They negotiate contracts for registered nurses to serve in a variety of settings. In the last decade, hiring overseas nurses has grown more popular to balance nurse supply and demand. Due to the high expense of obtaining globally trained healthcare personnel, staffing organizations specialized in foreign nurse staffing are becoming more prevalent. These organizations usually sponsor the overseas nurse’s visa and charge the facility a set price for the RN.

Established staffing firms make the hiring process easier for healthcare workers and hospitals alike, with some even offering extra services like lodging, educational programs, and continuous support. When choosing to work with an agency, it’s vital to be aware of all the perks you’ll gain. The sorts of healthcare experts that a staffing agency places will determine the services they provide.

Contact information

Phone: 4108645693
Email: cnemedicalstaffing@gmail.com
Submit a vacancy request: Click Here

How Nurse Staffing Agencies Works

Types of staffing Placements

February 14th, 2022 Blog

Temp-to-Perm or Permanent Placement Contracts

RNS may use temp-to-perm contracts to bridge the gap between jobs to see whether they enjoy a particular place before committing to a full-time position after a set amount of time. Some temp workers go via agencies to make a smooth transition.

Nurses are hired directly by permanent placement companies for a specified cost. This usually translates to 20 to 25% of the yearly income, with no promise of continued employment. This is a fantastic alternative for individuals who wish to reside in your area and plan to remain for a long time.

Types of staffing  Placements

Travelers

To cover job vacancies, travel nurses are sent to various locations. They usually work on temporary contracts, which may last a few weeks to a few months. Travel nurse contracts are often made on a case-by-case basis, and they are not suggested for hospitals with long-term staffing shortages.

Per Diem or Pro Re Nata (PRN)

Per diem, which means “per day,” is related to being on duty as a nurse, with contracts spanning from one day to many weeks. Nurses in this position are not promised hours. Because their services may be delivered immediately, a per diem nurse is great for last-minute shift cancellations or sudden requests. Per diem nursing is more flexible than PRN nursing in most cases. Nursing on a pro re nata basis, or “as required,” might compel RNs to achieve particular staffing requirements to keep their jobs. This includes working on weekends or during specific holidays.

Contact information

Phone: 4108645693
Email: cnemedicalstaffing@gmail.com
Submit a vacancy request: Click Here