According to U.S. Department of Labor statistics, the healthcare industry grew added 447,000 jobs in 2012.
And 75 percent of healthcare organizations that participated in HireRight‘s 2016 Employment Screening Benchmark Survey indicated they will likely expand their workforce in the next 12 months.
Contributing to this increase in hiring is the Affordable Care Act; a Georgetown University study predicts that 5.6 million hires will be made before 2020.
With increased hiring efforts, the screening process for current and prospective employees will not get easier.
This white paper offers best practices to help ensure that Healthcare networks, which attend to some of America’s most vulnerable citizens - from seniors to newborns – can most ably protect their patients’ safety and welfare.
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