2019 On-Site Employee Health Clinics Congress
Maximizing Healthcare Savings and Quality of Care for Your Employees
January 27-29, 2019 * Fairmont Scottsdale Princess * Scottsdale, AZ

2019 On-Site Employee Health Clinics Congress

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About the Conference

Join a growing list of employers that have opened on-site health clinics in an effort to control the rising costs of their health benefit programs. Human resources, benefits and wellness leaders will discuss on-site clinics as a successful strategy in controlling health care costs, enabling easy access to medical services, improving employee health, enhancing engagement in worksite programs—and ultimately increasing employee productivity.

You will also learn the benefits associated with expanding current on-site health clinics, and practical solutions to operate a cost-effective health care program while providing quality healthcare. Move beyond primary care, explore high-performance care models, efficiently engage employees to improve clinic utilization, and ensure employee health clinics align with health and wellness goals.

Who Should Attend?

From Employers/Hospitals/Health Plans:

  • CEO’s/CFO’s/VP’s/COO
  • Human Resource Directors/Managers
  • Benefits Directors/Managers
  • Occupation Health Nurses
  • Wellness Directors
  • Medical Directors
  • Total Rewards
  • Worksite Center Directors
  • Benefit Plan Administrators
  • Telehealth Directors
  • Risk Manager
  • Operations Directors
  • Physicians
  • Director of Compensation
  • Safety Managers
  • Urgent Care Center Directors/Owners

This Event Will Also be if Interest to:

  • CEO’s/CFO’s
  • Business Development Directors
  • Sales Directors
  • Client Strategy
  • Consultants
  • Marketing Directors
  • Product Managers
  • Account Executives

Conference Agenda

Day One – Sunday, January 27, 2019

4:00pm – 6:00pm
Sponsors/Exhibitors Setup

6:00pm – 7:00pm
Welcome Reception

Day Two – Monday, January 28, 2019

7:15am – 8:00am
Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

8:15am – 9:00am
Keynote: On-Site Workplace Health Clinics

Building and sustaining on-site workplace health clinics have been around for several decades but declining in numbers. A recent surge brought about by the continuing rise in healthcare costs, obstacles to obtaining care, and somewhat to lower quality of care. Many medium size and most jumbo manufacture companies have on-site health clinics due to increased probability of injuries. Some of the larger office sites are finding that health events beside injuries are creating job performance and disability problems.

- Why build an employee on-site health clinic?
- Who are the beneficiaries of employee health clinics?
- What are the barriers and benefits of using the clinic?
- What are the costs to the users of the clinic?
- What are the incentives to use the clinic?
- Are there incentives for positive individual outcomes?
- Are there savings associated with the operation of the clinic?
- What are the overall benefits in terms of costs? Health?

Dee W. Edington, PhD
Professor Emeritus
Kinesiology and Health Management Research Center
University of Michigan

9:00am - 9:45am
Setting the Foundation to Build and Develop and Innovative On-Site Health Clinic

On-site clinics are all unique, reflecting the geography, demographics, culture and clinical needs of the employer and its workers, as well as the medical resources available in the local community. Each clinic should be customized to meet the needs of a specific organization and employer benefit strategies. As a business changes and evolves, so must their clinics to meet the new needs. This session will address how to set the foundation to build a successful on-site health clinic that is right for your organization, and how to modify the clinic to meet the needs of business in transformation, and new set of employees.

Hilary Mitchell
Director, Employee Health Services
Pitney Bowes Inc.

9:45am – 10:30am
Networking & Refreshments Break

10:30am - 11:15am
Nabholz Case Study
How Failing Made Us Successful: Key Strategies to Overcome Resistance, Gain Buy-In and Effectively Implement an On-Site Health Clinic

In this session, determine practical solutions to improve health outcomes and contain rising health care costs. Learn how Nabholz Construction managed resistance and won leadership buy-in and commitment to implement an on-site health clinic that integrates with the company’s overall employee health strategy.

- Discuss strategies to gain leadership support
o Look at claims data: What is driving your claims?
o Show C-Suite executives how a well-designed program results in behavior change
- Engage employees to utilize the worksite clinic
o Understand the benefits of a wellness champion network
o Gather feedback from employees and their dependents
- Transform the on-site clinic into a health care hub
o Enhance access to quality care for employees
 Without a PCP
 With a PCP but has no relationship with the provider
 Frequently visiting urgent care or ER
o Ensure the worksite clinic and wellness program support each other
 Offer biometric screenings and annual physicals in the clinics: Personalize health care decisions based on results
 Offer health and fitness classes and coaching sessions
- Make the worksite clinic an employee’s medical place of choice
o Reduce wait times
o Increase co-pays to seek care elsewhere

Jayme Mayo, PA-C
Wellness Director
Nabholz Construction

11:15am – 12:00pm
Case Study: Clovis Unified School District: From Concept to Building to Operational

The Clovis Unified School District serves over 43,000 students in Central California. For over 20 years, they have utilized a self-insurance model to provide health care services to their benefitted employees, retirees, and dependents. The plan currently serves nearly 13,000 members. In 2014, the Employee Benefits committee began a conceptual study of adding an Employee Health Center to their program. Their goals were to increase access to health care, improve the quality of service, and mitigate cost increases. This presentation will quickly review the steps taken from concept (2014) to implementation (2018), including both challenges and success stories. Ample time will be provided for audience interaction.

Roxanne Braswell
Chief Human Resources Officer
Clovis Unified School District

Steve Ward
Legislative Analyst and Government Relations
Clovis Unified School District

12:00pm – 12:45pm
Lunch

12:45pm - 1:30pm
Establishing Appropriate and Sustainable Community, Provider and Vendor Partnerships

Topics to be discussed will include:
- Assessing whether to directly operate my on-site health center, or outsource the operation to a vendor or provider organization
- Implementing a strategy to bring community services to the workplace to assist employees with social needs and partnering with social service providers
- Utilizing care managers to ensure linkages with the community
- Building a customized network that clinically integrates with the On-Site services
- Negotiating pricing in contracts with health care providers

Kerri Ploeg
Corporate Health Manager
Herman Miller

1:30pm - 2:15pm
Workplace Wellbeing: How to Successfully Engage Your Organization

Not only can a focus on workplace wellbeing drive successful business strategy, it can also help organizations stand out in the competition to recruit and retain top talent. There are several steps business leaders can take to enhance workplace wellness. Business leadership needs to recognize that employee health is critical to achieving business objectives. Workplaces wellness leads to active, engaged employees and also strengthens productivity. This session will present steps to create workplace environments that cultivate wellness to better position themselves for success moving forward.

Johnathan Markert, MBA, MPH
Health and Welfare Benefits Manager
BP America

2:15pm - 2:45pm
Networking & Refreshments Break

2:45pm - 3:45pm
Panel: Employee Engagement Strategies to Increase Utilization of On-Site Health Centers

This panel will discuss innovative ways to effectively engage and incentive employees to utilize on-site health centers. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Creative way to encourage appropriate utilization
- Programs that reward employees for measurable health improvements
- Incentives, awareness programs and online resources that ease scheduling

Panelists:
Brian Beasley
Head of Human Resources
City of Farmers Branch, Texas

Archana Dubey, MD, FAAFP
Global Medical Director
HP

Amber L. Fonteyne, MSN, NP, COHN-S
Senior Manager, Global Occupational Health
Amgen

Lakeia Harris, SPHR, MBA
Section Manager, Benefits
BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC

3:45pm - 4:30pm
Establishing a Comprehensive On-Site Health Clinic Using a Population Heath Management and Coordinated Care Approach

In an effort to create happier, healthier workers while reducing the skyrocketing costs of chronic disease management and health insurance premiums, employers are increasingly recognizing the critical role they can play in bringing wellness into the daily routines of their employees. On-site health clinics are more likely to attract patients with higher risk profiles for chronic diseases, which may contribute to a higher return on investment by reducing costs related to urgent care or emergency department use. Employers can also foster greater care coordination and the use of less expensive, in-network specialty physicians by using their on-site health centers to ensure that patients are being referred to providers and partners within their preferred circle. This session will address how implementing an onsite health clinic can improve population health outcomes and provide a happier and healthier workplace culture.

Matt Ginn, FLMI, ACS
Manager, Corporate Training and Communications
Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company

4:30pm - 5:15pm
How to Effectively Communicate and Promote Wellness Offerings in the Workplace

Besides saving employers money in healthcare costs, on-site clinics provide employees a convenient and affordable way to receive preventative care as well as minor acute care. But even if the benefits seem straightforward, many onsite clinics languish without much volume. In order to get employees actually visiting your on-site clinic, you need to build some excitement. This session will discuss creative ways to boost engagement, including targeted communications strategies to drive action, personalized messaging, and how to build a champion network to help drive engagement.

Carme Lewis, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Director, Total Rewards and HR Technology
Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.

Day Three – Tuesday, January 29, 2019

7:15am – 8:00am
Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am
Chairperson’s Remarks

8:15am – 9:00am
Driving Toward the “Triple Aim” by Leveraging Onsite Health Care Engagement

At this session you’ll hear how Disney continues to explore new opportunities to engage its Cast/employees with its onsite health care facility now entering its second decade of operation. The initial attraction for Disney Cast Members and employees to use onsite health care was convenience – whether for periodic primary care visits, occasional urgent care needs or to fill a prescription. Once achieving a level of awareness and appreciation among Cast/employees, Disney’s next step was to integrate these core services with EAP/behavioral health and wellness coaching, as well as to connect the onsite physicians with network specialists and hospitals to manage better both acute episodes of care and chronic conditions. Currently, with a majority of Cast/employees enrolled in HMO-type health plans, services delivered through a PCMH-qualified onsite facility can be further integrated with multiple plan networks towards achieving the “triple aim” of improved quality of care, better participant/patient experience and reduced total cost of care. At the center is the primary care physician selected by, or assigned to, each plan member – the trusted guide for engaging each of them in his or her personal health improvement, making referrals to high quality and cost efficient specialists, ensuring adherence to prescribed medications with the onsite pharmacy, and informing members about Company wellness programs and services.

Jeff Shapiro
Vice President, Enterprise Benefits
The Walt Disney Company

9:00am - 9:45am
Employee Wellbeing … Is it Worth the Investment? The Impact of 35 Years of Onsite Wellness Efforts at L.L. Bean

The number of companies investing in the health and well-being of their employees has increased significantly over the past ten years as health care costs continue to rise. At the same time, researchers have been trying to prove, or in some cases disprove, the return on investment of these programs. At L.L. Bean, we have experienced that the success or failure of our programs depend upon the programs we offer and how closely we target them to the needs of our population. This session will touch on our learnings over time and what we have done to adjust to the ever-changing needs of our employee base.

Susan Tufts
Manager of Occupational Health and Wellness
L.L. Bean, Inc.

9:45am – 10:15am
Networking & Refreshments Break

10:15am - 11:00am
Onsite Wellness Centers: From Implementation Through Year Three

IU13 is a public school entity located in southcentral Pennsylvania with about 1,100 fulltime employees and two unions. Learn about our journey from onsite medical center research, to public school board approval, through implementation, including a change in vendors, to having almost flat medical costs through the first three years. This journey included plenty of positives but we also had our mistakes along the way. We will share with you our experience and tell you why we’d do it all over again if we could.

Flip Steinour
Director, Human Resources
Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13

11:00am – 11:45am
Instilling a Culture of Workplace Wellness

Raytown: Living Well
Workplace wellness will help attract and retain high quality staff. Through our efforts we have seen our employee climate survey responses improve as well as our employee retention rate. Additionally, we have used our wellness program as a recruiting tool for new employees. This session will cover the following topics:

- Our journey from compliance to awareness to response
- Our next efforts to make the next step to embedded lifestyle changes
- Our holistic Wellness Program offerings and resources
- Our collaborative approach to develop and implement our wellness program

Steve Shelton
Associate Superintendent of Operations
Raytown C2 School District

11:45am – 12:30pm
How to Effectively Manage Costs and Attain ROI for On-Site Health Clinics

It is challenging to improve your employees’ health and wellness while controlling health care costs and maintaining a productive workplace. On-site clinics that offer a wide variety of disease management programs, health services and wellness programs can help improve the health of an organization’s employee population and minimize healthcare costs. This session will address how on-site health clinics can help employers rein in their healthcare spending, while at the same time optimizing employee health outcomes.

Vicki Banks
Vice President of Human Resources
The Biltmore Company

12:30pm
Conference Concludes

Workshop A – Monday, January 28, 2019

5:30pm – 7:30pm
On-Site Clinic Management Models: How to Determine What Model is Right for Your Organization

There are different onsite-health clinic models employers can choose to build, design and manage their clinic: employer-managed, vendor-managed, provider-managed, or a combination of these models. An employer can operate the clinic itself, hiring the staff as its own employees. However, most employers don’t want to take on the compliance, staffing and management tasks so instead they choose to outsource these services. The vast majority of clinics are contracted out to a third-party vendor. In addition, employee on-site health clinics are now run by hospitals or physician groups, who use or hire their own clinic and administrative staffs or utilize existing provider facilities to serve the employee population. Finally, an increasing number of employers are participating in shared, multi-employer clinics, located either on one employer’s location or centrally located. These may be owned by the employers or the employers could contract with a provider or outside vendor who specializes in this type of center. The vendor will build, staff and manage the facility either at the request of a group of employers or will solicit employers in a specified geographic area. This workshop will help you determine which on-site health clinic model is right for your organization, as well as how to remain engaged regardless of which model you choose, provider selection, center oversight, strategy and policy direction.

Tonya Vyhlidal
Owner/President
Intentional Wellbeing Designs, LLC

About the Workshop Leader:
Tonya Vyhlidal is the Owner and President of Intentional Wellbeing Designs, LLC a consulting and coaching company that serves small to mid-size organizations with wellbeing programming and worksite culture development. Intentional Wellbeing Designs currently contracts with the Educators Health Alliance of Nebraska providing wellness consultation and wellness programming efforts for over 46,000 people in education organizations across Nebraska.

Previous to her role at Intentional Wellbeing Designs, LLC. Tonya served as the Director of WorkWell a Non-for-profit Wellness Council serving the state of Nebraska. WorkWell provides education, consultation, networking, and programming to 106 member companies serving over 65,000 employees. Tonya led the administration of the Nebraska Governor’s Wellness Award in partnership with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and the Governor’s office. During her time at WorkWell Tonya increased grant monies by $40,000 in year one, added over $35,000 in business revenue in year two and increased membership from 76 companies to 106 by year 3 of her position.

Tonya is primarily recognized for her work with Lincoln Industries. While at Lincoln Industries Tonya was responsible for the occupational health, safety, benefits, and wellbeing programs for a workforce of over 500. Under Tonya’s leadership, Lincoln Industries wellness program was a two time recipient of the WELCOA platinum award (2003, 2006), a featured company in the 2007, 2011 leading by example via thePartnership for Prevention magazine, selected as one of nine companies by the Centers for Disease Control for their SWAT project (2005, 2007), was the 2007 recipient of the Innovation in
Prevention Award from the U.S. Department of Health, and was a 2008 C. Everett Koop National
Health Award Winner. In 2011 Lincoln Industries was selected by HERO as a case study for small employer’s wellness programming where two separate articles were published by JOEM. In
2007 Lincoln Industries Wellness made national media when CNN featured Lincoln Industries wellness on “Fit Nation”, the Wall Street Journal included Lincoln Industries Wellness in a best practices article and the Health Promotion Practitioner magazine featured Lincoln Industries Wellness program. In June of 2010 Lincoln Industries was featured by the Integrated Benefits Institute on the comprehensive strategy of their wellness, safety, and benefits program.

Tonya serves on the University of Nebraska Lincoln Internal Biosafety Committee, serves on the CDC Worksite Obesity Prevention and Control panel, CDC’s Worksite Health Index panel, Nebraska Sports Council Community Committee Chair, WELCOA Medical Advisory Council, and has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who top 50 women business professionals for 2009 and 2012, serves as a Pfizer non-product speaker, and was recognized as one of Lincoln, Nebraska’s “40 under 40” in 2006 by the
City’s Business Journal.

In her free time Tonya enjoys spending time with her family, enjoys outdoor adventures, is an avid Yogi teaching Yoga, mindfulness, and reslience courses, and loves to read.

Workshop B – Tuesday, January 29, 2019

12:45pm – 2:45pm
How to Measure and Maximize the ROI of Employer Sponsored Health Centers: Demonstrating Value to Business Leaders

This workshop will provide attendees with the tools necessary to build the financial business case for implementing an on-site health clinic as well as for measuring ongoing return on investment. We will discuss how you can use a return on investment model to prioritize and develop a scope of services and staffing model for an on-site clinic. This workshop will also discuss methods for determining the value of onsite health clinics that are non-financial in nature. The session will conclude with a model for developing a scorecard to share with key stakeholders.

Some topics to be examined include:
- Develop a model for projecting initial return on investment of onsite health clinics
- Develop an understanding of non-financial measures of value of on-site health clinics such as improved health outcomes
- Develop a framework for establishing a dynamic scorecard for measuring on-site health clinic value

Erin Eason
National Director, Clinical Consulting Service
CBIZ Employee Benefits

Erin Eason earned a Bachelor of Science from Rockhurst University in 1998, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She went on to earn her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Rockhurst University in 2000.

As a practicing Occupational Therapist specializing in brain injuries, Erin began her journey of understanding the healthcare process from the patient, provider and employer perspective. Erin then joined Cerner Corporation in November 2001 as a consultant implementing electronic medical record systems in health systems and ambulatory clinics, utilizing her clinical experience to help optimize clinical and business processes with technology. She spent the next 10 years working for providers of care on the hospital side, most recently at Truman Medical Centers where she managed the Clinical Informatics department. With over 16 years of experience, Erin has a deep and broad understanding of the healthcare landscape.

Erin joined CBIZ in 2013 as a consultant for onsite clinic services. She brings her unique clinical, operational and technical experience to the role. Erin assists clients in assessing the feasibility of implementing an onsite clinic through detailed data analysis. Leveraging her knowledge of healthcare trends and requirements, she makes recommendations regarding vendor selection. Throughout the implementation process, Erin utilizes her extensive ambulatory experience to ensure the goals of employers and the best interest of employees and their families are represented to create a quality, cost-effective environment of health and wellness.

As the National Director of Clinical Consulting Services, Erin is considered an expert in the field and is frequently asked to speak about employer sponsored health care at local, regional and national conferences.

Featured Speakers

Dee W. Edington, PhD

Dee W. Edington, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Kinesiology and Health Management Research Center

University of Michigan

Jeff Shapiro

Jeff Shapiro

Vice President, Enterprise Benefits

The Walt Disney Company

Susan Tufts

Susan Tufts

Manager of Occupational Health and Wellness

L.L. Bean, Inc.

Amber L. Fonteyne, MSN, NP, COHN-S

Amber L. Fonteyne, MSN, NP, COHN-S

Senior Manager, Global Occupational Health

Amgen

Hilary Mitchell

Hilary Mitchell

Director, Employee Health Services

Pitney Bowes Inc.

Jayme Mayo, PA-C

Jayme Mayo, PA-C

Wellness Director

Nabholz Construction

Roxanne Braswell

Roxanne Braswell

Chief Human Resources Officer

Clovis Unified School District

Steve Ward

Steve Ward

Legislative Analyst and Government Relations

Clovis Unified School District

Kerri Ploeg

Kerri Ploeg

Corporate Health Manager

Herman Miller

Johnathan Markert, MBA, MPH

Johnathan Markert, MBA, MPH

Health and Welfare Benefits Manager

BP America

Brian Beasley

Brian Beasley

Head of Human Resources

City of Farmers Branch, Texas

Archana Dubey, MD, FAAFP

Archana Dubey, MD, FAAFP

Global Medical Director

HP

Matt Ginn, FLMI, ACS

Matt Ginn, FLMI, ACS

Manager, Corporate Training and Communications

Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company

Carme Lewis, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Carme Lewis, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Director, Total Rewards and HR Technology

Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.

Flip Steinour

Flip Steinour

Director, Human Resources

Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13

Steve Shelton

Steve Shelton

Associate Superintendent of Operations

Raytown C2 School District

Vicki Banks

Vicki Banks

Vice President of Human Resources

The Biltmore Company/strong>

Tonya Vyhlidal

Tonya Vyhlidal

Owner/President

Intentional Wellbeing Designs, LLC

Lakeia Harris, SPHR, MBA

Lakeia Harris, SPHR, MBA

Section Manager, Benefits

BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC

Erin Eason

Erin Eason

National Director, Clinical Consulting Service

CBIZ Employee Benefits

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Sponsors and Exhibitors

Lead Sponsor

Vera Whole Health

Vera Whole Health is the leading direct-to-employer primary care provider in the Western United States, creating a health revolution with a whole health approach to primary care and behavior change. The Vera approach to care replaces today's sick-care model with provider-patient relationships that guide patients toward optimum social, psychological and physical health on a foundation of empathetic listening, evidenced-based clinical care and cost-effective practice. As a result, Vera is the first on-site clinic provider in the United States to earn a Certificate of Validation by the Care Innovations™ Validation Institute for sound population health cost outcomes.

 

Breakfast Sponsor

enterprise health

Enterprise Health is the only certified occupational health record, combining occupational health and compliance and employee engagement with an ONC-ACB certified EHR — delivering a complete occupational health and wellness IT experience on a single, highly-interoperable, cloud-based platform. Enterprise Health has a proven track record with blue chip clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to federal and state government agencies — including Federal Occupational Health, a division of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides occupational health services to more than 360 federal agencies — equipping enterprise clients and their employees for a healthier future.

 

Exhibitor(s)

PD-Rx-Pharmaceuticals

PD-Rx Pharmaceuticals offers over 6,000 sku’s of prepackaged medications (including injectables) for your on-site employee health clinic dispensing needs. Our easy-to-use, cloud-based software allows 24/7 online medication ordering, perpetual inventory management, and supplements regulatory compliance. The PD-Rx Sales Team possesses the highest cumulative level of experience in the industry. We are licensed to distribute in all 50 states. Call 800-299-7379 or email us at info@pdrx.com.

Healthcare Solutions Centers (HCS)

Healthcare Solutions Centers, LLC (HCS) provides a comprehensive approach in delivering your on-site/near-site healthcare services. HCS is proactive in identifying illness, promoting wellness and delivering disease management. HCS’ services includes wellness & preventative care, urgent care, disease management, occupational health, telemedicine and ergonomics. Our programs are customized to fit our client’s needs.

HCS utilizes health risks assessments with annual wellness labs. We partner with Springbuk, our analytic data platform, to identify high risk benefitted members. HCS’ practitioners close gaps in care with our outreach programs to assist members to become compliant with their health, which decreases catastrophic claims and overall healthcare costs for our clients. HCS offers flexible healthcare solutions for businesses, while dramatically reducing their healthcare cost and promoting a lifestyle of wellness.

Work Fit Logo

Work-Fit is the nationwide leader of applying sports medicine techniques in the workplace to prevent injuries and improve your bottom line. Work-Fit embeds healthcare professionals into the workplace and integrates services into routine business practices thereby weaving a culture of prevention that permeates the workplace and makes employees feel valued and empowers them to Make Health Personal.We envision impacting companies across the marketplace, creating a national and international workforce of healthy, valued and empowered people and a culture of prevention.

OnSite Care brings exceptional healthcare right to your workplace. It operates worksite healthcare clinics for private and public employers, aligning the goals of employers, employees, and physicians in reducing healthcare spending while improving workforce health. These medical “home” clinics focus on wellness, prevention, and aggressive chronic disease management, quickly changing the employer’s risk status and leading to lowered health care costs.

Barton Associates

Barton Associates is a leading national healthcare staffing company who places physicians, nurse practitioners (NPs), physician assistants (PAs), dentists, and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) at healthcare facilities in need of coverage across the U.S.

As the locum tenens experts, we specialize in temporary short- and long-term positions. On-site employee health clinics and other facilities find they can fill staffing needs of any duration, maintain patient care, and improve return on investment with help from Barton’s staffing specialists and licensing, credentialing, and travel teams.

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