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The Rise of Internally Managed Programs

Organization leaders are looking for new ways to optimize their contingent employees. The managed services provider (MSP) model used in handling contingent workers is a dying practice as it has led to negative impacts on worker quality. Instead, organizations are favoring an internally managed program (IMP) to get the most out of their contingent workforce.


The MSP model has been the standard for the past 20 years, but organizations are demanding more from their contingent workers, as they should. Only an IMP model can grant organizations the strategic talent they deserve to turn their program into a profitable healthcare hub.


In recent years, contingency work under an MSP model has been reduced to routine tasks lacking provocative thinking or individuality. Organization leaders want more value-adding work from their contingency workforce, such as strategic workforce planning. An IMP model employs the primary responsibility of contingent workers while incorporating innovative thought and best practices.


An IMP model is comparable to an organizational ecosystem, integrating operations for optimum performance. This grants the organization’s leaders control over the dedicated talent they entrust in promoting their business.


Benefits of Switching to an IMP

An IMP approach can boost the fluidity of workflow and increase workplace satisfaction with ease. And it doesn’t cost any more money to obtain. While an MSP model requires ongoing yearly fees, there is only a one-time fee associated with implementing an IMP, and it tends to be cheaper.


Utilizing an IMP, ecosystemic approach in your organization is essential to optimize success and workplace satisfaction of your contingent workers. Your contingent workforce is full of innovative thinkers who are capable of value-adding work, boosting your organization to the next level. 


Begin implementing an IMP model in your healthcare organization today by calling the experts at Mission Search.

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