Archive for April, 2011
Posted on29. Apr, 2011 by Gwen Darling.
Offered by Cipe Consulting Group ~ If disparate systems, missing documentation and wrong codes drive you crazy, this is the position for you. Our client is seeking a Director of Clinical Documentation to integrate clinical documentation across the growing health system under CMS guidelines and ensure appropriate reimbursement according to services rendered. This person will […]
Posted on28. Apr, 2011 by Erin Kennedy.
Your cover letter is one of the most important documents you will write in your Healthcare IT job search. Some argue that it’s equally as important as the resume. Of course, every job will place a different amount of weight on the cover letter, but however important the cover letter is to an employer, there […]
Posted on26. Apr, 2011 by Gwen Darling.
Offered by Sanford Rose Associates – Charleston Our client, UA Healthcare Inc. is a newly formed $1.2 Billion nonprofit healthcare entity located in Tucson, Arizona. It is a combination of two regional entities, University Medical Center (UMC) and University Physicians Healthcare (UPH), which operates University Physicians Hospital. UA Healthcare has 33 clinical sites, employs 6,000 […]
Posted on21. Apr, 2011 by Gwen Darling.
On April 27, 2011, Duke University is hosting its Second Annual Informatics Conference entitled, “Business Intelligence in the Health Care Age.” This year’s conference will focus on the ever expanding use of business intelligence in both the healthcare and non-healthcare arenas; the adoption of meaningful use; and discussions on the business strategies which are required […]
Posted on20. Apr, 2011 by Carter Groome.
“You’ve got to sell yourself!” We hear it all the time and candidates looking for a new job or consulting engagement feel the pressure of the cliché weighing down on them with every LinkedIn update, resume submitted, and exchange between recruiters, employers and colleagues. Yes, selling is a part of an interview but your approach […]
Posted on15. Apr, 2011 by Tim Tolan.
Ok… here’s the situation. You are pretty far down the road in the interview process and feeling pretty good about your chances to land a new job. The chemistry between you and the hiring manager is great and in your last interview you begin to start using present tense language when discussing your new role. […]
Posted on14. Apr, 2011 by David Kushan.
Nothing can be more disruptive to an organization’s plans than to lose a key person. Because of this, many times partnering organizations, vendor/clients, client/client, and even competing organizations will put formal and informal “agreements” in place not to hire each other’s employees. These types of agreements have been in place for many years within various […]
Posted on12. Apr, 2011 by Guest Blogger.
RHONDA MORGENSTERN Independent EMR/EHR Implementation Specialist Philadelphia, PA INTRODUCTION: My Name is Rhonda Morgenstern (No relation to Rhoda from the 70s! 😉 I am an independent EMR\EHR Implementation Specialist. I have had the privilege of working for more than 20 Health Care systems in the past 6 years. JOB DESCRIPTION: As an independent consultant serving the […]
Posted on11. Apr, 2011 by Erin Kennedy.
It’s not enough for some potential employers to simply get a cover letter and resume in response to a Healthcare IT job advertisement anymore. They may want a biography, a more detailed look into who you are personally and what your life experiences have been. It is a mini life story, and a good one will […]
Posted on06. Apr, 2011 by Joe Lavelle.
Experts are saying that there is a need for over 50,000 Healthcare IT experts that do not exist today. This is really good news for those of us that are IT experts already. Opportunities should abound. Is all this opportunity inspiring you to want to leave the employ of your hospital or vendor and join the world of consulting? I think that’s great. I know many people that have successfully made the jump to consulting.