Live Webinar: Three Workforce Solutions to Reduce Costs of Contingent Healthcare Staffing

Throughout the nation, healthcare executives face crisis conditions in the growing shortages of healthcare practitioners, rising reimbursement and regulatory pressures, and an increasingly competitive marketplace.

However, the percentage of contingent workers in the healthcare industry continues to grow.

Watch Dan White, President of Strategic Workforce Solutions (WFS) and Eric Christenson, President of Vendor Management Solutions (VMS) of AMN Healthcare, discuss three healthcare workforce solutions that provide organizations with multiple benefits:

  • Cost savings
  • Greater efficiency
  • Quality improvement
  • Risk mitigation

In response to increased utilization of contingent practitioners throughout the healthcare industry, Vendor Management Systems (VMS) and two distinct types of Managed Services Programs (MSP) simplify the entire sourcing and talent management process. Discover how the right contingent management solution can improve your organization’s margins, reduce risk, and elevate the quality of patient care.

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Presenters:

Dan White
President, Strategic Workforce Solutions, AMN Healthcare

Dan White brings more than 25 years of professional experience in recruitment, product marketing and management, software development, executive leadership and venture capital.

As President of Strategic Workforce Solutions, he is responsible for business development for the suite of AMN Healthcare workforce solutions, including the industry-leading Managed Services Programs (MSP), Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Strategic Accounts and Client Marketing teams. As an industry pioneer and veteran, he is responsible for leading AMN top-ranked Managed Services Provider (MSP) and Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) businesses, while reshaping the way AMN delivers its workforce solutions to its diverse client base. Mr. White possesses an entrepreneurial spirit and has a proven track record in building innovative products to solve gaps in the marketplace and in implementing large scale RPO programs at companies including Convergys Corporation and IBM. He founded SkillSet Software in 1993 and has continued to build his career through sales and operational leadership roles across the industry. Mr. White is also a recognized industry spokesman, speaking regularly on the topic of workforce lifecycle management, recruitment best practices, human resources systems design and talent optimization, among other related topics. He received a BBA in Accounting from the University of San Diego in 1985.

 

 

Eric Christenson

President, Vendor Management Solutions (VMS), AMN Healthcare

Eric oversees the strategies for both ShiftWise and Medefis. Eric works to capitalize on the talent at both organizations, delivering client-centered technology solutions, further differentiating and promoting both brands, and expanding their Vendor-Neutral MSP offering.

Eric Christenson was a co-founder and President of Medefis, located in Omaha, NE. With the goal of bringing efficiency, transparency and cost control to the staffing industry, he and two partners founded Medefis in March of 2003. Serving as the VP of Operations Eric was actively involved in key client sales and presentations, organizational development and held the key responsibility of being the Product Manager over the design and development of the Medefis VMS technology. Working with clients and Affiliate Vendors, Eric worked as the architect with the product developers to deliver a technology that was easy to use and quick to deploy. In 2013 Eric was named President of Medefis and provided his leadership to effectively manage organizational growth, product development, and operations. Before starting Medefis, Eric worked as a Team Leader with Aureus Medical with duties that included team member development, recruiting, client sales & marketing, as well as account management. He is an outstanding leader with very high team-member engagement and retention.

 

 

Moderator:

Debbie Bolla

Editorial Director, HRO Today

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