Archive for November, 2010
Posted on30. Nov, 2010 by Joe Lavelle.
What do you do to make sure that the best and brightest in your office stay right where they are? You may be surprised to learn that the answer is not necessarily a bigger paycheck and better benefits (although these two things never hurt).
Posted on29. Nov, 2010 by David Kushan.
I have always been a sports fan. I played various organized sports since I was 6 years old all the way through college, where I played baseball. In my opinion, so much of what happens in the sports world translates to everyday life. I also believe there are many lessons that can be learned and […]
Posted on25. Nov, 2010 by Gwen Darling.
As Editor of Healthcare IT Today, my job is to recruit and oversee a team of bloggers who contribute meaningful, experienced, insightful opinions on all matters related to Healthcare IT workforce and career development. What started as an additional responsibility added to an already long list of to-dos has turned into the very best part […]
Posted on24. Nov, 2010 by Gwen Darling.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) invites members of the public to provide comments on personal health records (PHRs). Comments can be submitted to ONC in three different ways: 1. Written Submission through ONC’s PHR Roundtable Website: The online public comment period will close on Friday, December 10, 2010. 2. […]
Posted on23. Nov, 2010 by Tim Tolan.
So…You have hopped around from job to job and your resume looks choppy at best. Now what? Our office receives hundreds of unsolicited resumes a month from candidates across multiple industries in every region of the country. What amazes me are the resumes we review that have job after job after job (OK you get the […]
Posted on18. Nov, 2010 by Guest Blogger.
HARRY GREENSPUN, M.D. INTRODUCTION: My name is Harry Greenspun, M.D. I am currently the Chief Medical Officer of Dell Services. I have served in this role since 2008, first as CMO of Perot Systems, then continuing at Dell after we were acquired. JOB DESCRIPTION: My job is a mixture of thought leadership and strategy, working […]
Posted on16. Nov, 2010 by Guest Blogger.
G. DUNCAN FINLAY, MD Rothman Healthcare Corporation Sarasota, Florida INTRODUCTION: Hello, my name is Duncan Finlay. I was a practicing pulmonologist for 24 years, served as a full-time Chief Medical Officer for three years and as President and CEO of a 800 bed hospital for 5 years. I am now the Chief Medical Officer of […]
Posted on12. Nov, 2010 by Ryan Esslinger.
Introduction My name is Ryan Esslinger and I am a student in the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (UIC) Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) program. I have been asked to share my experiences as an online UIC student, so for the next few months I will do my best to take you along […]
Posted on10. Nov, 2010 by Tim Tolan.
Let’s meet for a drink and talk about the job. Sounds tempting. Very tempting. Don’t even think about it. Nope – never. I have talked about this subject for years and my position has never changed. If you are hired and want to have a beer with your boss and/or co-workers after you’ve already been […]
Posted on09. Nov, 2010 by Erin Kennedy.
In today’s competitive and expanding Healthcare IT job market, you want to make your resume as appealing as possible to prospective employers. Most employers are looking for competent workers to fill key positions quickly, with the expectation that new workers will stay around for many years and become valuable assets to the company. Therefore, a […]