With an aging population, an increase in care care demand, and a shortfall of grads, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) we can expect a shortfall of 30,200 surgeons by 2032. The good news is that the staffing and management models at Synergy were designed to better address the expectations of clinicians, and they are more relevant than ever.

Consistent staffing of Surgicalists and Anesthesiologists is key to better outcomes

A fully staffed surgical program is one that can handle the highest volume of both elective and emergency patients. Fully staffed ORs consistently have better performance, better patient outcomes and better revenue. But far too many surgical programs are struggling with staffing right now, as the medical field experiences record shortages of surgeons, anesthesiologists, advanced practitioners, and other specialists.

Reflecting new workforce expectations

The expectations of healthcare workers has changed and our unique approach to healthcare staffing is more relevant than ever. To reflect the innovative models we provide and continue to attract and retain quality clinicians across SurgeryAnesthesia and Emergency service lines, we have updated our website and expanded our social media channels.

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