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Did you know that by the year 2020, there
will be an estimated shortage of 800,000
It’s no secret that the United States
has a nursing shortage, one that promises to grow to alarming
proportions. Too many nurses are retiring, and too few are entering
the profession. To compound the problem, within the next 5 to 10
years, over 76 million Baby Boomers are scheduled to retire from the
workforce, with only about 44 million Generation X'ers available to
pick up the slack. This will soon place unprecedented demands for
services on a health system that is already stretched thin.
This shortage of allied healthcare professionals,
especially nurses have a created a new boom to the nursing agency
registry business, supplemental staffing agency for medical
professionals, permanent placement medical recruiter, or starting a
business in homecare and staffing pool. The medical staffing
industry will continue to grow because of the upcoming baby boomers,
and the current supply of nurses are dwindling. The average age for
nurses are in the forties, and they are not being replaced by the
new generations. Entrepreneurs have made lucrative business in
nursing agency, nursing registry, homecare business, medical
recruiter recruiting, or as independent contractor in their own
statistics also show that the number of nursing
school graduates has decreased quite significantly.
Since nurses play such a large and important part in
today’s medical care system, it is a worthy endeavor
to investigate the causes behind these shortages.
Although it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly why
there is such a dramatic nursing shortage, examining
the trends and statistics can provide clues.
Investigating these clues is key to understanding
how to combat the nursing shortage. Further, as
hospitals and clinics struggle to recruit nurses,
some nurses are seeking other avenues of employment
or ways to perform their duties.
and clinics have begun to investigate other methods
for attracting nurses to their environments. Exactly
how these facilities are addressing the shortage can
provide insight into the larger problem of the
nursing shortage, and it can provide clues to the
trends of the nursing shortage in the future. If the
statistics show the shortage growing worse, what can
be done to stop it? Or will the nursing shortage
continue to grow until the trends reverse
themselves? A thorough examination into the shortage
itself can provide some hints.
show that approximately 72 percent of hospital
supervisors reported a nursing shortage at their
facilities in October 2004. A previous report also
estimated that in the year 2000, approximately 30
states experienced a nursing shortage.
Unfortunately, these numbers are only increasing.
One startling statistic estimates that by the year
2020, over 44 states and the District of Columbia
will be experiencing a shortage of registered
nurses, or RNs.
nurse—whether working in a family clinic or large
hospital—is responsible for a majority of patient
care. Nurses perform some of the most important
duties during a patient’s stay at the hospital, from
monitoring vital signs to administering necessary
medications. Nurses also provide a human face to
what can sometimes be a cold, sterile environment.
However, in recent years there has been a vast
shortage of nurses in the health care industry. In
fact, this shortage is expected to increase
dramatically over the next few years.
The time is now for entrepreneurs to start a nursing
agency, nursing registry business, operate a homecare business, or
as a medical recruiter or just become an independent healthcare
contractor. By being an independent healthcare contractor, you are
bypassing the agency and are self employed. Healthcare facilities
are the clients. Homecare are regulated by all levels of government
from local to federal level. Homecare levels of regulations depends
on the category of service provided to clients. Homecare services
ranges from providing just companions or the more medically needed
clients such as terminally ill clients. Homecare services can be in
the form of social service, non-medical, and medical services.
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