Sinovic, Steve
January 2011
San Diego Business Journal;1/31/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p1
The article reports that the health care reform signed by U.S. President Barack Obama will bring change to the nation's health care system thus the need for clinical professionals will increase. Susan R. Salka, chief executive officer at AMN Healthcare Services Inc., a temporary health care staffing company, talks about the competition for available workers in providing high-quality patient care. It notes that the role of the physicians will also increase if the said reform is implemented.


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