Thought Leadership

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Our healthcare thought leadership is respected across all facets of the industry, and prominent media outlets often turn to us as the definitive resource in our field. We have authored white papers covering topics such as population health, physician shortages and hospital/physician relations. In addition, we regularly conduct detailed surveys on physician compensation, revenue generation and resident practice preferences. This ongoing commitment as a leader in healthcare strategies and solutions helps us help both clients and candidates make informed physician recruitment and medical career decisions.

Surveys 2022 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times

The 2022 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times and Medicare and Medicaid Acceptance Rates was conducted to determine the average time new patients must wait before they can see a physician in 15 large metropolitan markets. The survey also indicates the percentage of physicians willing or able to schedule Medicaid and Medicare patients in these markets.

Reports 2022 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives

The Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives gives an overview of the salaries, bonuses, and other incentives used to recruiter physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and CRNAs.

White Papers Endocrinology Supply, Demand and Recruiting Trends

This white paper examines trends in the recruitment of endocrinologists, including current supply and demand projections, compensation in the specialty, and recommendations for recruiting these sought-after medical professionals.

Reports Yale Medicine Case Study

An overview of how AMN Healthcare partnered with Yale Medicine to recruit highly talented healthcare professionals across nine specialty departments.

Reports Stanford Health System Case Study

This case study examines how AMN Healthcare helped Stanford Health System fill hundreds of advanced practice staffing roles when the organization opened a new medical building.