The Standard

First Quarter 2019

We help the healthcare industry find top talent and staff so you can care for the patients in and around your communities. Let’s take an in-depth look at how we’re working.

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The Delta Companies

Covering every base

We use several communication channels, from print and email to voice calls and conferences, to ensure we reach candidates and prospects in the most effective way. Our comprehensive outreach allows us to help facilities around the nation fulfill their healthcare staffing needs with top talent. Download the current issue of The Standard.

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Total candidates placed

Data indicates the number of placed candidates by specialty
from January – June 2019. (Top 5 placements listed.)

Permanent Placement

Family Medicine
29
Dentist
14
Physical Therapist
14
Hospitalist
6
Pediatrics
6
Total: 69

Locum Tenens

Hospitalist
43
Anesthesiology
20
Family Medicine
19
Nurse Practictioner
17
CRNA
15
Total: 114

Travel Therapy

Physical Therapist
481
Occupational Therapist
126
Speech Language Pathologist
62
Physical Therapy Assistant
58
Occupational Therapy Assistant
18
Total: 745

New providers represented

Count of new providers obtained from January – June 2019.

Allied

Therapists
5570
Advanced Practicioners
4316
Other Allied
1884
Total: 11,770

Physician

Hospital Based
1152
Primary Care
7180
Surgery
3327
Total: 11,659

Procurement outreach by channel

Count of new providers obtained from January – June 2019.

Conferences

4 conferences
1,605 candidates attended

Mass Emails

3,065 campaigns
8,850,429 emails sent

Direct Mail

18,230 pieces sent

Dials

115 marketers and recruiters
8,970 dials per day / 287.5 hours per day

The right recruiter for your facility

The Delta Companies encompasses three specific business units with recruiters focused on identifying professionals who will meet your specific staffing needs. Delta Locum Tenens places physicians and practitioners on short- and long-term assignments. Delta Physician Providers recruits permanent providers, and Delta Healthcare Providers aligns providers with travel therapy, allied, and nursing opportunities around the nation.

SIA Names The Delta Companies 2018 Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms in the US

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We help the healthcare industry find top talent and staff, enabling hospitals and facilities to focus on caring for patients.

Delta Locum Tenens

With approximately 80% of physicians meeting the criteria, qualified physicians who wish to practice in multiple states now have an expedited pathway.

Delta means difference

Providers can streamline the red tape and fees historically associated with multi-state licensing by participating in the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC). Created in 2013 to open the door for physicians to deliver patient care in rural or underserved areas, the IMLC provides an expedited pathway to obtaining a medical license in another state.

With the IMLC, providers have more career choice, greater job potential and stability, and opportunities to expand their skills and experience. From understanding the qualification process to untangling common misconceptions, here are eight facts to know about the IMLC.

The Delta Companies have been successfully placing physicians since 1997, officially opening the brand Delta Locum Tenens in 2003. Delta Locum Tenens supports a team of 80 driven and caring individuals that uphold The Delta Companies high standards to provide the best service in the business.

8 Facts to know about the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

1.Licenses are restricted

With the IMLC, physicians are granted fully active unrestricted licenses for the states in which they have applied. This is not a temporary or conditional license.

2.There is an expiration date

Just like any other license, the licenses that providers obtain through the IMLC must be renewed and kept up to date.

3.“Qualified” is different from “eligible”

Qualification requires the physician to have received a letter of qualification from the IMLC. With the letter, the provider can begin adding states for licensure, and the process will take two to six weeks. Eligibility means the provider meets the standards established by the IMLC and can begin the application process. The timeline without a letter of qualification is six to eight weeks.

4.Licensing is fast — but not instant

Most states take months to issue a license, but those participating in the IMLC typically complete the process in less than 60 days.

5.State of principle license issues the qualification letter

The letter of qualification comes from the state of principle license, not the IMLC. Providers often call the IMLC office to request a letter, not realizing it exists only to collect fees and relay information to the state board. For questions and updates about the licensing process, contact your state board.

6.Adding states takes time and money

While the IMLC offers expedited licensing, the process isn’t instant. Please allow at least 10 business days for the state to process your request. Each state added after receiving your letter of qualification will be an additional fee. Depending on the timing, there could be an additional $100 processing fee.

7.Providers must meet all deadlines

Providers have 60 days to complete everything needed for the letter of qualification. If the deadline isn’t met, the application will be voided, but the provider will still be responsible for the $700.00 fee. Learn more about the fees associated with licensure.

8.There are no refunds

There are fees associated with the IMLC, and if you pay but do not qualify, there is no refund. Please review the “Do I Qualify?” page before taking action.

Every quarter, more states and territories join the IMLC, giving providers the opportunity to expand their careers. Talk with Delta Locum Tenens today to learn more about the exciting opportunities available through the IMLC.

With approximately 80% of physicians meeting the criteria, qualified physicians who wish to practice in multiple states now have an expedited pathway.

Delta Physician Placement

We’re all about experience

Passion is contagious. It’s in the members we hire, therefore, it’s in the physicians we recruit, and the communities we represent. We’ve helped hundreds of newly trained physicians get their foot in the door.

Placements by population setting

The amount and percentage of placements made by population size January – June 2019. The population size represents segments based on the average number of residents per area. Please assume a variance of approximately +/- 5% for these calculations.

123
total
23
<10K
24
10K–50K
17
50K-100K
59
>100K

Specialty Demand

The top requested searches initiated by Delta Physician Placement.

1. Family Medicine
2. Psychiatry
3. Dentist
4. Surgery
5. Nurse Practitioner
6. Pediatrics
7. OBGYN
8. Neurology
9. Gastroenterology
10. Internal Medicine

Average compensation

Placements and interviews by Delta Physician Placement over the six-month survey period. The compensation information presented indicates the rate at which candidates are choosing to interview or sign.

Salary
Bonus
Relocation Assistance
Cardiology – Interventional
$567K
$23K
$13K
Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine
$438K
$20K
$10K
Emergency Medicine
$425K
$180K
$10K
General Surgery
$392K
$53K
$10K
CMO
$341K
$33K
$30K
Neurology
$315K
$10K
$10K
Obstetrics and Gynecology
$300K
$25K
$10K
Psychiatry
$294K
$23K
$10K
Internal Medicine
$293K
$15K
$10K
Hospitalist
$271K
$25K
$9K
Nephrology
$240K
$25K
$10K
Family Medicine
$234K
$25K
$10K
Pediatrics
$225K
$34K
$20K
Dentist
$166K
$10K
$2K
Registered Nurse
$109K
$5K
$10K

In addition to finding great jobs for our candidates, our highly experienced members have proven to be great coaches to those just starting out.

Delta Healthcare Providers

The right position with the right community

We help connect hospitals and healthcare facilities with all types of medical staffing solutions. Our entire team is dedicated to actively promoting job openings for either direct hire or travel.

Placements by population setting

The amount and percentage of placements made by population size January – June 2019. The population size represents segments based on the average number of residents per area. Please assume a variance of approximately +/- 5% for these calculations.

698
total
444
>100K
106
50K-100K
92
10K-50K
56
<10K

Placements by facilities

Number of placements made by practice setting from January – June 2019.

icon for Clinic Clinic
235
icon for Hospital Hospital
184
icon for SNF SNF
105
icon for Home Health Home Health
133
icon for School District School District
4

Years of experience

Data represents the percentage of placed candidates from January – June 2019 by years of experience.

28%
Less than 2 years
48%
2-5 years
8%
6-10 years
17%
More than 10 years

From physical and occupational therapists to speech language pathologists, we are dedicated to helping clients find the right match for the right position.

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