Archive for June, 2012
Posted on29. Jun, 2012 by David Kushan.
So you have made the decision to get into consulting. What is your next step? I have a very strong belief that each person that goes to “work” each day should view themselves as offering a service to the marketplace. For the following example, let’s say your area of specialty is building medication order sets […]
Posted on26. Jun, 2012 by Gwen Darling.
SANFORD ROSE ASSOCIATES – CORDOVA Sanford Rose Associates posted two new opportunities last week that are definitely worth a mention! Both are full-time, permanent positions for Revenue Cycle professionals, and both positions are in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)! Take a look: Director of Billing: Are you a senior revenue cycle professional with significant acute […]
Posted on22. Jun, 2012 by Gwen Darling.
Many are familiar with the University of Illinois at Chicago’s fantastic graduate – level online health informatics programs, but to round out their curriculum, UIC is launching a fully online, distance learning Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (HIM) degree through its College of Applied Health Sciences! The first in-take of students for this […]
Posted on18. Jun, 2012 by Joe Lavelle.
If you consider yourself an entrepreneur and a leader, as I know many of you who read my posts do, you already know that now is the time and healthcare is the field that is just waiting for you to make your mark. But when it comes time to develop a television campaign, here is my advice . . .
Posted on14. Jun, 2012 by Cassie Sturdevant.
As many of you out there in reader-land know, my fiancé and I just moved back to Chicago, IL for my wonderful job as a Recruiter with Impact Advisors. However, this move left the poor chap happily unemployed for a bit of time. As “House Boy” he kept busy assembling IKEA furniture, unpacking, cooking, exploring […]
Posted on12. Jun, 2012 by Joe Lavelle.
Do you fall victim to the detrimental to-do list? When you look at a page filled with things you need to get done, are you tempted to walk away and take a long lunch in the park instead (which isn’t such a bad idea once in a while . . . but don’t put that on a to-do list, too!)? Or, does a large volume of work staring back at you serve to energize you?
Posted on07. Jun, 2012 by Erin Kennedy.
We’ve all worked with really talented people we thought would never leave the company – not because they didn’t want to leave – some do. But we think that they won’t ever leave because we’ve seen their resumes and they sell themselves short and probably wouldn’t get hired. Some job seekers do not want to […]
Posted on01. Jun, 2012 by Ryan Esslinger.
Suffice it to say things really started to hit me once I was boarded my flight from Atlanta to Chicago Midway on the evening of Wednesday, May 2nd. A part of me was incredibly excited, another part of me was shocked in disbelief. I’ve been doing this since January 2010, I thought to myself… where […]