Our mission is to help you help others.

As a leader in the IT industry, we partner with healthcare organizations, health insurance companies, hospital systems, and corporations to fill their technology staffing needs.

Technology directly impacts the infrastructure of our facilities as well as the level of service our service providers are able to deliver. Our healthcare IT recruiters are more than just headhunters in the healthcare technology industry, they are true industry experts. Whether you’re an IT analyst looking to take on a new challenge or an agency in need of skilled IT professionals, our technology recruitment experts are here for you.

We put the right person, on the right job, at the right time. Every time.


To help you help others.

What we do allows the agencies we support and the people we place to provide quality technology to the children they serve.


Finding the right person, for the right job, at the right time. Because it matters.

By knowing our clients and those we place, we can match the perfect person with the perfect job. Every time.


These core beliefs drive everything we do:

  •   Work hard
  •   Create a company we love
  •   Do it right
  •   Make everything matter
  •   Be determined

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