Oxford provides services across the globe with dedicated offices in the countries listed below. If you need more information on specific services in your country, please contact us.
Learn how Oxford helps healthcare organizations meet their consulting and staffing needs. Connect with us to discuss your technical, clinical, and operational projects.
Stop by our booth to discuss how Oxford can support your HIM resource needs, including coding, auditing, interim management, and Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI).
Oxford is proud to be a sponsor of the 2019 MedTech Summit. Oxford consultants are MDR/IVDR experts and can help you achieve compliance within upcoming deadlines. Connect with us at the summit on the 18th and 19th of June to discuss your project needs.
Come learn how Oxford Global Resources provides healthcare organizations with high quality staffing and consulting services. Our industry experts work with hospitals and physician practices to help manage health information, technology, and operational projects.
Visit Oxford Global Resources to learn why having the right partner for your project is essential. We connect you to the highest caliber of talent for your staffing and consulting needs. Let us deliver The Right Talent. Right Now.®
We’re pleased to introduce you to the new look of The Oxford Blog. To align with our recently updated website, we’re offering you and all our readers a more modern look, expanded content topics, and a better overall experience.
We’re excited about the new articles that we have and will continue to share on the world of work. Watch for updates each month on topics that will provide insights for organizations and professionals alike.
Few truly satisfying careers offer instant success. Instead, most require an investment in time, effort, and personal development. The staffing and recruiting industry is no exception. It’s not easy, but it offers great opportunities if you have the grit required to succeed.
In May 2017, the European Commission voted to approve new Medical Device Regulations (2017/745). This is one of the most signiﬁcant updates of the regulations that govern medical devices in Europe in recent history. It has and will continue to involve widespread changes in how devices are manufactured and the level of compliance and clinical data required to bring them to the European market.
What are the New Medical Device Regulations (MDR)?
Security breaches by improperly vetted consultants … novices masquerading as skilled professionals … discrimination lawsuits … worker misclassification penalties and fines … the list goes on. Employment is risky business, and the consequences of hiring missteps are serious.
To take advantage of all the benefits of contingent labor, employers have two choices: to source, recruit, and hire independent consultants directly through their own networks or online, or to use a professional staffing agency.