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7 Huge Benefits of Partnering with a Per Diem Nurse Staffing Agency
Cascade Health Services is a leading provider of PRN healthcare staff with over 35 years of experience. Cascade is trusted by hospitals, nursing homes, LTACHs, rehab facilities, and more. As a Joint Commission Certified agency, Cascade employs thousands of nurses, CNAs, and other healthcare staff across multiple states, including Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, and Florida. One of the significant advantages of partnering with Cascade is that their employees are W2 employees, meaning that the agency handles all taxes, workers’ compensation, and liability insurance. Cascade also invests considerable time and resources in recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and employing their staff.
7 Compelling Reasons to Work as an Agency Per Diem Healthcare Professional
Working as an agency per diem healthcare professional offers numerous benefits, flexibility, and career growth opportunities. When it comes to premier staffing agencies, Cascade Health Services stands out as a leading provider of exceptional healthcare staffing...
5 Critical Reasons Healthcare Facilities Should Partner with a Joint Commission Certified Nurse Staffing Agency
In the vast and complex landscape of the healthcare industry, hospitals face the critical task of choosing the right staffing agency to meet their ever-evolving staffing needs. To ensure the highest level of compliance, patient care, and operational efficiency, it is essential for hospitals to partner with a nurse staffing agency that holds Joint Commission Certification. This prestigious certification is exemplified by Cascade Health Services.
A 35 Year Timeline of Excellence in Healthcare Staffing
In 1988, a gallon of gas cost 91cents, a dozen eggs cost 65 cents, and the average cost of a new home was $91,600. As Salt N Pepa's "Push It" and Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" dominated the charts, and popular films like Coming to America, Big, and Die Hard...
Nurses Month 2023: 5 Great Ideas You Can Use to Recognize Nurses
Every year, National Nurses Week takes place from May 6th to May 12th, recognizing the invaluable contributions of nurses to their patients and communities. However, starting in 2020, the American Nurses Association (ANA) expanded this celebration to encompass the entire month of May, allowing for a more comprehensive recognition of nurses’ dedication and commitment. Throughout Nurses Month, each week carries a specific theme, including Self Care, Recognition, Professional Development, and Community Engagement. This blog post explores the history and purpose of Nurses Month and provides ways to celebrate and honor nurses this year.