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Advanced Wins RightSourcing’s 2018 Breakthrough Partner of the Year

Denver, CO – July 6th, 2018 – Advanced announced today their selection as RightSourcing’s 2018 Breakthrough Partner of the Year.

RightSourcing, a leading national provider of vendor-neutral contingent workforce management solutions for the healthcare industry, announced the winners of their National Supplier Awards. Chosen annually, these awards recognize suppliers who consistently deliver the highest standard of excellence in support of RightSourcing’s growing healthcare customers.

Recipients are recognized for delivering excellence in contingent worker talent, compliance and candidate experience. RightSourcing measures and evaluates supplier engagement through proprietary Supplier Scorecards to determine winners in three categories: Most Valuable Partner of the Year, Partner of the Year and Breakthrough Partner of the Year.

Showcasing an ability to adapt to change, Advanced was chosen as RightSourcing’s 2018 Breakthrough Partner of the Year. Advanced has been a part of RightSourcing’s supplier network since 2008, and is contracted at 24 programs nationwide.

“As a nurse, you have to be ready for anything and everything at a moment’s notice. As a company, you have to adopt that same flexibility,” said Amber Fenton, Senior Account Manager from Advanced. “We are honored to be named Breakthrough Partner of the Year.”

 

 

About Advanced

Advanced Inc. is a staffing company that specializes in placing outstanding therapists and nurses in contract and permanent positions across the United States. We work with Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, and Nurses who are passionate about helping members of our communities live happier, healthier, and fuller lives. We connect talent with opportunities in multiple settings and placements; from hospitals, clinics, skilled nursing facilities, home health, and schools. Our ground-breaking New Grad Program was designed to support new graduates as they transition from being students to professionals with designated mentors who provide setting-specific guidance and support.

 

 

 

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