There are at least four ways to gain an edge in your NP or PA job search when you work with a recruiter. Do you know what they are?
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We all want to uncover the secret to earning top dollar. How can you calculate your salary for your APRN or PA role?
Many states and healthcare organizations granted NPs and PAs full practice authority or fewer restrictions to meet the demands of increased patient volume in COVID-19. What will be the impact of the immediate surges of COVID-19?
APP Redeployment during COVID 19 can have a big impact on providing access to care in the ICU. Healthcare systems, teams, and leaders had to make decisions everyday, flexibility is the key to survival.
Intentional APP recruitment and retention strategies to attract and retain high-quality APPs. Learn about best practices to create processes, policies, and negotiate for an intentional salary strategy.
It’s Here, the 2020 Melnic Salary Guide for APRNs, PAs, and hiring managers! We served the community with the free salary guide!
2020 Melnic Salary Survey is out! Listen to the video blog on how to calculate a bonus for hiring managers, APRNs, and PAs.
Telehealth provides an opportunity to see patients quickly and efficiently as well as identify patients who have Coronavirus. Understand the changes today!
You have questions, we have answers! Are you hiring an APRN or PA? Are you looking for an interview guide as an APRN or PA? You need to read 5 Deep Dives for Employers, How to Impress NPs and PAs During a Job Interview!
Sentence for Social: Benchmarking data is important to establish metrics identifying barriers to patient access to care by Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Read about 3 challenges that leading Advanced Practice Leaders identified as important considerations when using benchmarking data.
Protected time leads to greater job satisfaction, more productivity, and increased profitability for Advanced Practice Providers.
Every nurse practitioner wants to have a rewarding career. Learn the five factors that will either make or break your job satisfaction.
Healthcare leaders should consider these five elements when integrating nurse practitioners and physicians assistants on a multi-disciplinary team.