4 Insights on Allied Health Professionals to Inform Your Talent Strategy

We surveyed allied health professionals to understand the wants and needs of this valuable talent pool – here are the results.
allied health survey of employee preferences
Marty Reid

Marty Reid

April 12th, 2022

  • Non-clinical: Workers in non-medical positions below management such as entry-level office and facilities positions, food services, and patient transporters.
  • Technician: All allied health positions that are not primary patient care. They have specific technical competencies, less patient contact, and limited view on diagnosis and treatment.
  • Health professionals: All allied health patient care positions below RN. They have more patient contact, broader healthcare competencies, and a broader vantage point on diagnosis and treatment.
  1. Data is from 558 respondents to a Guild-run survey, sent to individuals working in the healthcare industry.
  2. Rates and ratios from Guild’s internal data computed by employer over the last 12 months as of 12.31.2021 and averaged across all employers who provided the required data for at least 13 months post launch.
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