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Employers use various tactics to find and keep health care staff

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AMGA survey lists responses to a job market that remains a challenge in 2023.

Staffing challenges are stabilizing somewhat, although nursing and medical assistants remain in high demand.

The findings of the American Medical Group Association’s 2023 Clinic Staffing Survey included a list of how medical groups and health systems are responding to a scarcity of workers.

The report on the survey of more than 6,100 clinics also included a list of tactics starting this year or that were started in 2022 in response to the market where there are more jobs than medical workers to fill them.

The figures show the percentages of respondents who confirmed they are using these tactics.

“Of note, several groups commented that some of these tactics were in place prior to the current staffing crisis,” the report said. “Additional comments confirmed that groups have ‘tried them all.’”

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