Brian Torchin began his career in healthcare as a chiropractic practitioner, upon receiving a doctor of chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College.
According to Lulu, after establishing his own practice in Philadelphia, Brian Torchin sought to broaden his impact on the healthcare industry by aiding talented professionals find new career paths and simplifying the continuous struggle to staff growing medical facilities by healthcare administrators.
Drawing from his own experiences running a chiropractic practice, Brian developed a profound appreciation of the key role a high quality staff fulfills in shaping the patient experience and harboring a patient friendly environment.
Glassdoor revealed that in order to bridge the widening gap between increasing healthcare demand and the continued shortage of qualified medical professionals, Brian established Healthcare Recruitment Counselors (HCRC).
HCRC staffing is committed to helping their valued healthcare clientele maintain the strictest quality of care for their patients and the highest level of professionalism amongst their long-term employees by matching them with only the best possible candidates.
This requires adherence to a stringent vetting and approval process that is required for every candidate before they are eligible for referral.
Then, pairing up the facility with candidates possessing the right skill set and certifications for the position and having a genuine interest in meeting the healthcare needs of the community they will serve.
As hospitals work to integrate a more holistic approach to services, while shrinking their total cost of care and raising patient satisfaction in line with requirements of the Affordable Care Act, employing or aligning with physicians of all specialties are in hospitals’ sights such a selection process can be a difficult tasks to allocate amongst most medical administrations, especially considering the short 48 hour turn-around required for HCRC to fill a vacancy.
Considering every moment without essential medical staff another lost billing opportunity, the professional staffing services offered by HCRC lead by Brian Torchin can provided significant benefits to any medical organization’s bottom line.
Let’s face it, the state of American education is abysmal. As average math scores fall deeper into the rancor of mediocrity, our leaders have not produced a viable way to increase practical ability. Obama’s “common core” was supposed to be a means of revolutionizing education, yet the end result was an extension of the already overreaching hand of government. This overarching shift evolved into a rhetorical theme, emboldening the arguments of reactionary groups, eventually coming to actualization through a Trump presidency. Now, Betsy DeVos has taken the reins as America’s educational head.
So, who is America’s new Secretary of Education? To start, DeVos is a maverick. She has excelled through the bitter resentment of media, walked bravely through protesting groups, and has managed to produce real results. DeVos has a long history as a delegate with the Republican Party in Michigan, serving 16 terms and was even chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party from 1996-2000. From 2000 onward, DeVos has acted as a donor to the Republican Party, working to foster American virtues. She has supported George W. Bush, Carly Fiorina, and Jeb Bush. Eventually, DeVos was selected as head of American education and elected by a margin of 51-50, with Mike Pence providing the tie-breaking vote (as leader of the Senate).
How does the paradigm shift in education compare to Obama? DeVos tackles our failing educational infrastructure head on. She called Obama’s $7 billion allocation to America’s lowest scoring educational bodies “throwing money at the problem”. Instead, DeVos looks at the big picture. She is known to endorse “school choice” in the capacity of charter schooling. In this way, intelligent students lacking in privilege can advance without as much spending.
In addition to her Republican activism, Betsy DeVos is a heartfelt philanthropist. She has given over $100 million to her foundations, more than half of which went to the cause of Christianity (8.6 million directly to private Christian schools). She is a member of Acton Institute, Kennedy Center, and Dick & Betsy DeVos Family Foundation. Betsy DeVos also partakes in Republican think tanks and has even established an annual scholarship.
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