5 Benefits of ATS and Background Screening Integrations

Each decade, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) publishes an occupational outlook. It goes into great detail about each industry and occupation. Overall, the BLS expects total employment to increase by 20.5 million jobs between 2010 and 2020. While 88 percent of all occupations will experience growth, the fastest growth will occur in healthcare, personal care and social assistance, and construction.

PreCheck Celebrates National Nurses Week 2019 with Merlessa Rosacina

This week, National Nurses Week, is an annual event held May 6-12 to not only honor the late Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, but also to celebrate the nursing profession and the important role nurses play in providing the highest level of quality care to their patients. This year’s theme, “4 Million Reasons to Celebrate,” aims to recognize the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s four million registered nurses as well as their ongoing commitment to their work.

As we kick off the New Year, here’s a look back at the most popular posts from the previous year. 2018 was a year with a heightened focus on compliance for employers as FCRA litigation ensues while the healthcare industry faces the ongoing challenges of a rapidly changing sector. Background check compliance, drug testing, workplace appreciation, and the Death Master File Search are all topics that were most popular among our readers in the past year.

The first Tuesday in June each year is reserved to celebrate healthcare recruiters across the nation and recognize the important work they do every day. They hold the fundamental responsibility in attracting quality talent as well as ensuring hiring managers fill the most high-demanding healthcare roles in the midst of today’s looming talent shortage. 

There are many reasons why it’s important for employers to use a background screening provider accredited by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). From quality assurance to an ongoing commitment to industry standards, partnering with an NAPBS-accredited firm ensures your organization is served by a partner that protects your data and keeps you informed of essential compliance requirements.

Selecting a talent screening partner is a challenging decision-making process for any business, but it is an even more significant decision for healthcare organizations. A thorough background screening program not only supports a healthcare compliance program, it can also impact patient safety.

The background screening industry offers healthcare employers no shortage of options for employment screening vendors. As someone who has been part of the decision-making process for my share of company initiatives, I can understand how this can be a daunting process.

Retrospective: PreCheck's 25 Years in Healthcare

This year, PreCheck is celebrating our 25th anniversary as a background screening firm exclusively serving the healthcare industry. To commemorate reaching this special milestone, I thought I would not only reflect on our history and founding principles but also look ahead towards our future. The healthcare industry today is very different from the one nearly three decades ago, but PreCheck has evolved alongside the industry we serve over the past 25 years.

Recovering from Hurricane Harvey

This week, I wanted to take a brief detour from our regular content to discuss the impact of Hurricane Harvey. As I write this, my thoughts and best wishes are with my family and friends in Florida and surrounding areas who are currently in the path of Hurricane Irma.

5 Reasons for Celebrating National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day

Happy National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day! Healthcare recruiters play a significant role in our nation’s healthcare system. Not only do they hold the fundamental responsibility in attracting quality talent, they also help organizations fill in the most high-demanding jobs to ensure our nation keeps up with the looming shortage of healthcare talent.

National Nurses Week 2016: Gil Rosas

The American Nurses Association (ANA) has established National Nurses Week as an annual event held May 6-12 to celebrate the role nurses play every day in delivering the highest level of quality care to their patients. This year’s theme,  “Culture of safety. It starts with YOU,” sets to honor nursing’s contribution to safety and collaboration in healthcare.

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