American staffing and recruitment firm, Tolan Group has reportedly announced the spin-off of its healthcare contract staffing business, which will now be called ClinTech Health, LLC.
Apparently, the spin-off’s key focus will be on providing contract-based employees for short as well as long-term assignments, along with temporary-to-permanent assignments for healthcare and clinical IT professionals.
As per sources, ClinTech Health will be headed by Dave Stillmunkes, with the responsibility of expanding the firm’s clinical presence in the care market in the long term.
Vice President Healthcare IT, Bradley Ash, who previously headed a contract staffing company that covered several industry sectors, will lead the healthcare IT service line that reports to Mr. Stillmunkes.
Notably, Ash’s department will be responsible for offering technical resources to healthcare facilities, healthcare IT vendors, and software & services companies in requirement of short-or long-term temporary staff for project-related activities and to fill in for the businesses’ technical employee base.
Tim Tolan, Founder and Senior Partner, Tolan Group, stated that the new healthcare contract division is already offering clients the much-needed temporary solution for filling in the gaps for talent in the healthcare and clinical IT sector.
Tim added that the need for ClinTech Health’s service was validated by the rise in the number of openings for permanent jobs in healthcare companies across the U.S., amidst the great resignation and retirement of baby boomers.
Talking about ClinTech’s spin-out from Tolan, Stillmunkes shed light on the opportunity that everyone for designing an empty canvas and building a meaningful business for serving its client base.
Dave further claimed that ClinTech Health plans on quickly becoming the leading clinical and healthcare staffing firm.
For the record, ClinTech Health will be providing its contract staffing services to the long-term care market in the eastern United States, as well as to healthcare IT clients across the country, which majorly include healthcare services and software firms.