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.

White Papers Urology: Supply, Demand and Recruiting Trends

This white paper from Merritt Hawkins explores supply, demand, compensation, and other key trends in urology.

White Papers The Mental Health Impacts of Healthcare Burnout

Healthcare professionals are in the midst of one of the most challenging and traumatic periods in the history of healthcare in America. Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll, exacerbating burnout and mental health issues to extreme levels. We've worked with our friends at Headspace to look at the impacts of burnout on mental health and some of the ways healthcare organizations can embrace meditation and mindfulness to address the issue. Click "Read more" or "Download" to access the free white paper.

White Papers Supply, Demand, and Recruiting Trends in Pediatrics [White Paper]

The latest white paper from Merritt Hawkins explores supply, demand, and recruiting trends in pediatrics. 

White Papers Healthcare Diversity in the Spotlight

This white paper takes a comprehensive look at diversity, equity, and inclusion in the industry today, assessing the diversity landscape and providing actionable recommendations for healthcare organizations. 

White Papers Coming Back From COVID-19: A Path To Recovering Revenue, Decreasing Costs, and Acquiring Talent

The latest white paper from AMN Healthcare and Merritt Hawkins highlights how the healthcare industry can come back from COVID-19.