Top 8 Reasons to Hire a Temporary RN Casemanager

1. RAPID RESPONSE TO INCREASED CASE LOAD

    SEASONAL CHANGES SUCH AS:

  • SUMMER: INCREASE IN EMPLOYEE VACATIONS
  • WINTER: INCREASE IN CASE LOAD DUE TO WEATHER-RELATED INJURIES & ILLNESSES, INCREASE IN EMPLOYEE ABSENCES DUE TO ILLNESS (THEMSELVES AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.

2. RESPOND TO FLUCTUATIONS IN WORK FORCE - (due to termination's, corporate mergers, downsizing, seasonal fluctuations, etc.)

3. OPTIMIZE PRODUCTIVITY:

  • by reducing case load to a manageable level. Case overload causes burnout. (burnout causes a decrease in employee productivity and effectiveness)
  • maintain continuity of care resulting in improved outcomes
  • cover scheduled and non-scheduled time off (vacation coverage, maternity leave, short/long term disability leave, etc.)

4. MANAGE EXPENSES BY:

  • decreasing recruiting, orientation, training and benefit costs
  • avoidance of overstaffing - supplement company's permanent work force - buffer valuable / trained workforce against layoffs / job loss.
  • decreasing employee burnout (which equates to an increase in turnover)

5. OPTIMIZE YOUR EXPOSURE to the most qualified candidates in the marketplace by utilizing a placement firm that spends FULL TIME locating and recruiting them.

6. ACQUIRE SPECIALIZED CASE MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE.

7. TIME SAVING PRESCREENING / INTERVIEWING - completed by experience RN Case Managers.

8. EVALUATE EMPLOYEE "FIT" AND "PERFORMANCE" prior to making an offer of permanent employment.

 
 
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