Once you have completed the Hayes Locums credentialing process, also known as “internal credentialing”, your file will be active and valid for two years. Each facility where you are placed on assignment will have their own set of paperwork and credentialing requirements; we call this “external credentialing”. Facilities often have similar requirements, but each external credentialing process is unique, with its own set of paperwork.
Hayes Locums, a leading staffing agency in the healthcare industry announced today that they have ranked #7 on Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) 2020 List of Fastest-Growing US Staffing Firms.
The first step in the locums process is getting credentialed with Hayes Locums, and we are here to guide you every step of the way.
Here are six insider tips to help make credentialing more efficient.
Providers are required to be resilient and ready to do whatever it takes. Nowadays, it rings truer than ever for Salil Shah, MD. He’s been on the front lines in a COVID unit. For the locums hospitalist at a rural midwestern facility, patients have always come first.
Locum tenens is a strategic solution for hospitals and healthcare systems nationwide.
During these challenging times, we pause to recognize our physicians, advanced practitioners and healthcare facilities for their incredible commitment to patient care.
Providers across the country have delayed their bills to stay in business. They have sought out financial aid and other resources to maintain staff without furloughs and to see patients who were able to keep their appointments.
Inc. magazine today revealed that Hayes Locums is No. 2321 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
The onslaught of COVID-19 has been a challenge for physicians on so many levels. Many providers who have been furloughed, had pay cuts or have faced closures of their private practices or healthcare systems are now seeking locum tenens as a stopgap solution.
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