Reimagining Healthcare Staffing with Matt Pierce

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In 2020, with the pandemic raging across the United States, the healthcare industry’s inefficiencies and inequities were laid bare for all of us to contemplate.

One area pushed to the breaking point has been the vital work of healthcare staffing for our nation’s heroes.

To learn more about this systemic problem in healthcare, Matt Pierce, the President of Trusted Health and a national expert on the future of work related to the healthcare industry, joins us for a timely conversation.

While together, Matt shares his entrepreneurial journey of building Trusted Health, which was listed on Forbes’ Next Billion-Dollar Startup List for 2020, how his company is addressing the industry’s challenges, and where he sees the future work heading.

Join us for this inspirational, candid, and critical conversation as we continue to work together to rebuild our healthcare industry.

About our Guest:

Matt is a future of work thought leader who is passionate about the impact flexible workforce solutions can bring to the healthcare industry. As the President of Trusted Health, he is responsible for defining the vision and go-to-market strategy for the company.

Prior to joining Trusted, Matt was a General Manager at tech talent marketplace Hired, where he oversaw product and go-to-market strategy for the company’s contingent worker division. Prior to that, he started his career at TEKsystems, the world’s largest provider of IT staffing. While there, Matt progressed from a technical recruiter to the company’s executive leadership program.

In 2018, Matt was named one of Staffing Industry Analyst’s 40 Under 40. He is CCWP certified, served as a Board Member for the Risk Management Association, and advises organizations in the future of work category.

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