Adaptive Workforce Solutions Moves to New Headquarters and Makes Key Executive Hire
GILBERT, AZ, March 3, 2023 – Adaptive Workforce Solutions, a leading provider of Managed Service Programs to healthcare organizations, today announced that they have moved their corporate headquarters to 111 E. Rivulon Blvd., Suite 107, Gilbert, Arizona, more than tripling its footprint. In addition, they have announced a key hire: Michelle Smith has joined the company as Business Development Manager.
Smith, who started her career on the clinical side in orthopedics and previously led a high-growth sales team as the Healthcare Channel Sales Manager with Air Comm, brings to the company a strong technical background, experience in the high-pressure area of hospital emergency management and communications, and a track record of building and leading sales teams in the healthcare space.
“It’s an honor to join an industry innovator like Adaptive. I’m blown away by the vision of our company leadership and our track record of helping healthcare organizations find the strategic solutions and cost savings they need in these difficult times. Every day I hear new stories from our field team about how we’re providing solutions for our customers that enable them to focus on patient care instead of staff procurement and administration. It’s tremendously rewarding,” said Smith.
The addition of Smith caps off a period of rapid growth for Adaptive and, according to President Julie O’Keefe, is a key part of her plans for continued growth over the next 12 months. “This past year has been enormously challenging for our industry and our customers are needing cost-saving solutions more than ever. We believe our growing, incredibly talented team will thrive in our new space and continue the collaboration and innovation that has earned us a place in our industry,” said O’Keefe.
Adaptive Workforce Solutions offers Managed Service Programs (MSPs) to healthcare organizations to help them streamline their staffing processes, ensure a reliable and consistent supply of qualified healthcare professionals, and reduce their overall contract labor spend.