Hiring on-demand help (contract-to-hire) gives organizations quick (and scalable) bandwidth to tackle a range of important projects. Staff augmentation allows healthcare systems to bring in experts for short-term projects and fill gaps in specific staffing needs. By gaining access to unique skill sets without having to hire additional full-time employees, this practice can provide health systems with greater flexibility in completing critical IT projects. It’s a sizable undertaking: The global staffing industry, a primary supplier of staff augmentation talent, was estimated to support $491 billion in annual spending just prior to the pandemic — and a resulting migration toward remote work and increased investments in digital infrastructure could spur more growth. Read More