In a recent news, a professional medical network- Doximity, reportedly announced taking over a leading healthcare staffing solution firm THMED amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This acquisition has also served as a platform for Doximity to launch Curative Brand; a firm reflecting the former’s network and technology concoction. It has been claimed that Jeff Bowling would lead from the front as CEO of Curative.
The companies in unison have co-created the first-ever business prototype for healthcare staffing that makes use of technology to revamp delivery by focusing on customized search which allows the medical group and healthcare facilities to establish connection with far-reaching network of highly qualified vetted medical experts. Moreover, combining Doximity’s data science and intelligence with Curative’s customer focused recruiter would strengthen the company to deliver more precise and faster personalized matching of healthcare experts with opportunities.
The newly formed company-Curative- is expected to serve as the staffing vertical of the largest fraternity of healthcare professionals in the world. Reports suggest that in the United States alone, over 70 per cent of all doctors and 45 per cent of nurse practitioners and physician assistants are currently a part of the Doximity network.
Commenting on the matter, the Doximity CEO and co-founder, Jeff Tangney cited that the combination of both the companies (Doximity and Curative) brings together tech and team under one banner in a novel way that will offer talent to the company’s healthcare customer base quickly and at scale. He further adds that Jeff Bowling’s entry in the firm as Curative CEO is a win on win situation of Doximity and its motives.
Jeff Bowling, who served as CEO and founder of The Delta Companies, when asked about his recent accomplishment as Curative CEO quoted that the company has positioned itself for significant growth in the upcoming years. He adds that Curative boasts of all the advantages of a Silicon Valley tech company to drive its customer experience and delivery. Meanwhile, speaking on the Doximity and Curative combination he stated that with creation of Curative and superior power of Doximity, medical practices and hospitals have now liberty of access to the largest network of physicians worldwide.
As per reliable sources, THMED had changed its name to Curative and in light of this, the former THMED brands like THMED Executive Search, Medestar Fidelis, and CV Staff Solutions are now a part of the Curative brand. Arthur Cooper, former CEO of Fidelis and John Martin- former CEO of Medestar will remain with the company leading the permanent placement services and locum tenens respectively.