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Which job board do you work for?
Medical Staffing Exchange
What state/country do you work in?
United States
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http://www.medxcentral.com/medicalstaffingexchange.php
What kind of job board do you work for?
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Understanding the medXcentral project.

Addressing the healthcare workforce, FACULTY and nursing shortage through a mutually beneficial redistribution of staffing industry revenue by leveraging MPOPS and the Medical Staffing Exchange.


The medXcentral mission: Contribute real, practical solutions to the nursing shortage, healthcare workforce shortage and all around medical staffing crisis, by redistributing and recycling healthcare staffing revenue back to where it can be used to address healthcare workforce shortage causes... including the root cause... the medical and healthcare faculty shortage.
We understand, for our mission to succeed, all parties to the equation must receive tangible benefit and value. To that end, we have carefully designed a unique business model which benefits the medical professional first. We believe the medical professional is the most valuable factor within the healthcare staffing equation. We also understand it is the employer which injects revenue into the equation. We are confident our system creates a mutual value structure and fuels a practical solution to a significant problem.
Please watch our "no-frills" presentation above. Then, feel free to follow the applicable links within these paragraphs to determine value from your perspective.
Medical Professionals, Practitioners, Students and Staff; Check out our free service, MPOPS, the Medical Professional Online Privacy Service. Apply MPOPS as an Online Privacy strategy, or apply our Safe Job Search system and connect with medical recruiters on your terms. When you are ready to search medical jobs, please feel free to click here to find medical jobs. Or, click here to job search and find job listings throughout the internet.
If you don't fit either of those categories, but you have an audience of medical professionals, please click here to learn how to Promote Nursing Shortage Solutions.
To all who serve the Medical and Healthcare environment in anyway; medXcentral is not only a company, we are a community (literally). We have developed a professional online community where we are Networking the Medical and Healthcare Universe. You are invited whether you use our service or not. Feel free to gain exposure for your cause, blog, forum, product or service within our community. Click here to visit medXcentral now.
If you wish to learn more about me: Please visit my Online Office at medXcentral.com. I am a member of dozens of online networks and can't possibly maintain a highly active presence on them all. My office is a growing central hub regarding that which you may want to know about me personally and professionally, including other locations online where we can connect. In addition, when available, I maintain a live chat box.


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New Focus Group on JobBoarders for those servicing the Medical and Health Care market.

This is just an announcement to invite those of you who serve the Medical and Health Care market to join a new group on JobBoarders designed specifically for that market. You need not be 100% Medical and Health Care. This is just to focus conversation around this market for those who wish to learn more or share their knowledge.

Here is the link to get you directly to it:…

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Posted on February 9, 2008 at 5:55pm

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 10:48am on January 28, 2008, Chris Peterson said…
Thanks Jim! We have a presence in Central Tx and newly launced opperations in Bay Area only as we are focusing on a qualitative and geo specific growth model. At this point we don't have a focus on medical arena but I would expect with the biologics industry being big in Bay Area it's just a matter of time. I actually used to do some headhunting nationally in that space and really enjoyed it.
Cheers,
-Chris
At 5:39pm on February 9, 2008, Ken Levinson said…
Here I am Jim. Thanks for the invite!

Ken
At 7:34am on February 12, 2008, Jason Whitman said…
Jim:

Thanks for the connect, I'll be in touch this week. Best,

Jason
At 5:51pm on May 4, 2008, Beth Camero said…
Thanks for the iinvitation
At 1:50pm on December 30, 2008, Alan Patera said…
Thanks, We are giving our site a little face lift and we will have the banner on it this January, we needed to change a few things around on the site. Thanks for the recommendation on recruiterblogs.

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