The 2007 Nurse Staffing Backoffice Software w/ Complete Nursing Book Guide

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  1. jeanmorris

    jeanmorris New Member

    Jun 5, 2007
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    0 - It’s no secret that nursing shortage, one that promises to grow to alarming proportions. Too many nurses are retiring, and too few are entering the profession. To compound the problem, within the next 5 to 10 years, over 76 million Baby Boomers are scheduled to retire from the workforce, with only about 44 million Generation X'ers available to pick up the slack. This will soon place unprecedented demands for services on a health system that is already stretched thin.This shortage of allied healthcare professionals, especially nurses have a created a new boom to the nursing agency, nurse registry business, supplemental staffing agency for medical professionals, permanent placement medical recruiter, or starting a business in homecare and staffing pool. The medical staffing industry will continue to grow because of the upcoming baby boomers, and the current supply of nurses are dwindling. The average age for nurses are in the forties, and they are not being replaced by the new generations.

    Entrepreneurs have made lucrative business in nursing agency, nursing registry, homecare business, medical recruiter recruiting, or as independent nurse contractor in their own field.The time is now for entrepreneurs to start a nursing agency,nursing registry business, operate a homecare business, or as a medical recruiter or just become an independent healthcare contractor. By being an independent healthcare contractor, you are bypassing the agency and are self employed. Healthcare facilities are the clients. Homecare are regulated by all levels of goverment from local to fedeal level. Homecare levels of regulations depends on the category of service provided to clients. Homecare services ranges from providing just companions or the more medically needed clients such as terminally ill clients. Homecare services can be in the form of social service, non-medical, and medical services.

    Nursing Agency, Medical Recruiting and Healthcare Business are one of the most lucrative businesses that a single individual can venture into. Due to the alarming volume of nurse shortages, health care facilities are looking to Nurse Staffing Agencies to fill their short and long term needs. The need for nurses is so high that Nursing Agencies are opening up for business everyday.

    Healthcare is one of the fastest growing sectors of business. As the shortage of qualified nurses becomes more pronounced, the need for Nursing Registries is growing faster then ever. Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Clinics, and doctors‘ offices are looking for alternatives to their staffing needs, and with the ever-increasing nursing shortage, you have the opportunity to start a successful business with limitless possibilities. Because of the baby boomers, which require increase medical assistance, and the shortage of medical professionals makes this profession to grow rapidly.

    How To Start Your Own Nursing Staffing Agency is a comprehensive guide on how to start a Nurse Agency, Nursing Registry, Nurse Staffing Agency, Healthcare Services, Homecare Services, Nursing Home, Medical Recruiting or become an Independent Nurse Contractor, Independent RN Contractor.

    You don't have to be a nurse to start or establish your own Nurse Agency or Nurse Staffing Agency. All you need is the desire to be self employed. This is the only industry where there will always be a shortage. There is never a fear for competition. It is time for any ambitious person to tap into this multi billion dollar industry.

    So if you consider owning your own business as a way to:

    Work for yourself.
    Stop commuting.
    Work from home
    Spend more time with family.
    Be successful
    Gain more time and money
    Set your own hours.

    A nurse recruiter is a recruiter that finds qualified nurses to fill permanent positions in health care facilities for a RETAINED FEE usually 25 - 30% of the nurses annual income.


  2. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

    Oct 18, 2004
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    London on the Wisla
    I thought this was an ad for porn.