The global health care staffing market is set to expand at a significant rate in coming years owing to rise in the global geriatric population as well as increase in the participation of medical professionals to serve as temporary or locum healthcare providers. Services in the global health care staffing market pertain to outsourcing of the medical and health care related staff by third party vendors to health care facilities. These services assist medical facilities to set their focus on other essential business aspects such as capital, infrastructure management, and patient experience, among others. A large number of medical professionals are getting attracted towards global health care staffing market owing to the possibility for them to choose flexible schedules that fit into their own plans.
Some other factors responsible for increased uptake of the services from the global health care staffing market include rise in the number of medical or healthcare units or facilities, surge in the health care budgets, and rise in the levels of pollution. On the other hand, lack of commitment by medical professionals as well as shortage of skilled healthcare practitioners may hinder the growth of the global health care staffing market in coming years. Types of services offered by the players in the global health care staffing market include per diem nurse staffing, allied health care staffing, travel nurse staffing, and locum tenens staffing, among others. Key end users for the services provided by the players in the global health care staffing market include hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, private sector, clinics, and home care settings.
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Across the world, governments of developing economies are investing heavily in order to modernize their regional health care infrastructure. This trend is likely to increase the access of local population to decent healthcare facilities. This trend is also anticipated to foster the development of the global health care staffing market in coming years. Furthermore, increase in the instances of chronic diseases, including diabetes and cancer, in developing countries is expected to create growth avenues for the players in the global health care staffing market in coming years.
North America Dominates the Global Health Care Staffing Market
Major regions evaluated in the research report on the global health care staffing market include North America (including Canada and the United States), Asia Pacific (including China, India, New Zealand, Japan, Australia, and rest of the Asia Pacific), Middle East and Africa (including South Africa, Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and rest of the Middle East and Africa), Latin America (including Mexico, Brazil, and rest of the Latin America), and Europe (including Spain, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, and rest of the Europe).
Geographically, North America is expected to hold the leading share in the global health care staffing market in coming years. Some of the factors anticipated to drive the growth in the global health care staffing market in North America include well established healthcare infrastructure, availability of medical coverage on health care staffing, favorable policies by regional governments, and massive geriatric population in the region. Moreover, the global health care staffing market is also expected to expand at a significant pace in Asia Pacific in the near future. Key factors influencing high demand in the Asia Pacific health care staffing market include rise in the demand for health care staffing in various developing economies in the region, such as India.
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Some of the most prominent players operating within the global health care staffing market include AMN Healthcare, CHG Management, Inc., Cross Country Healthcare, Inc., Adecco Group, Almost Family, Envision Healthcare, and Maxim Healthcare Group, among others. The global health care staffing market experiences a fragmented competitive landscape owing to the presence of a massive number of industry players.