MHA Solutions News


  • Merritt Hawkins, an MHA Solutions Endorsed Vendor, has released its annual examination of the starting salaries and other incentives used to recruit physicians nationwide. Now in its 27th year, the firm’s Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives provides national benchmark data on physician recruiting incentives as well as a comprehensive analysis of the physician recruiting market. Mississippi Hospital Association members can obtain a copy of Merritt Hawkins’ 46-page report by contacting Merritt Hawkins’ Senior Marketing Consultant Cristina Campanella at or Perry Egger
  • Merritt Hawkins has a new rep in Mississippi. Meet Jim Alfano!
  • MHA Solutions is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with Curogram for their Front-End Office Suite patient and staff communications. Curogram’s mission is to empower both healthcare professionals and patients with the advantages of digital technology to communicate in the most preferred way – HIPAA compliant text messaging. MHA Solutions will host a webinar demonstration of Curogram on August 20th at 1:00 PM CST. Please spend 30 minutes with us reviewing this exciting new offering in Patient Communications. For more information, please visit or contact Jonathan Woodruff, Director of Enterprise Sales at Curogram, at or (251) 366-8445 or Perry Egger, Director of Business Development at MHA Solutions, at or (601) 368-3349.
  • SunRx and MHA Solutions are excited to provide you with our third installment in the SUNRx Webinar Series. The upcoming webinar in the series, set for September 8 at 1 p.m. CST, is titled Innovation in Contract Pharmacy and also includes a special regulatory update! Register online here.
  • MHA Solutions is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with and their solution for contactless temperature screening for staff and visitors. Join us for a free webinar on August 19 to learn more.
  • While staffing vendors have been considered the antagonist in days past, today the real enemy is the unknown combined with a lack of preparedness. A shift in mindset is imperative. Mississippi hospitals are no longer competing between state hospitals to attract clinical talent. Our state and regional markets have shifted to a national market. From February 24 to July 20, the 2020 demand for ICU registered nurses as a percentage of total demand increased by 134%. Mississippi clinicians are now heavily recruited in neighboring states and across the country. Learn here how Qualivis can help you continue to prepare for this shift in market demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.