Archive for August, 2014
Posted on29. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
We keep making more and more enhancements to Healthcare IT Today and Healthcare IT Central. We recently created a way for you to get Healthcare IT Today right in your email inbox. All you have to do is go to the Healthcare Scene email subscription page and you can get the latest updates to Healthcare […]
Posted on27. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
In a great LinkedIn discussion that was started in response to the post “Is Healthcare IT Hiring Part of the Problem with Healthcare?“, Alan Baldwin, Senior Consultant at FluidEdge Consulting, offered this fascinating insight into healthcare IT hiring: It is well known that healthcare IT lags in adopting new technologies, and I think equally as […]
Posted on25. Aug, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
Dear Cassie, There’s so much out there about LinkedIn. What are your top three tips to maximize LinkedIn as a job seeker? Thanks! LinkedIn Novice Dear LinkedIn Novice, Your question is excellent and I agree there is an overwhelming amount of information related to LinkedIn out there. In fact, I myself have written about […]
Posted on22. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
I’ve written previously that the Golden Age of EHR is over and that we’re entering a much different era for EHR and healthcare IT. That’s going to change the dynamics of the healthcare IT career industry in general, but EHR consultants are likely going to be hit the most. While there are still plenty of […]
Posted on20. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
Earlier this year I posted the Healthcare CIO Mindmap on EMR and HIPAA. It’s a great image put together by Citius Tech right around HIMSS 2014. It’s an amazing representation of the complexity that’s found in healthcare. There are so many branches to what healthcare IT needs to accomplish. For those who didn’t see it, […]
Posted on18. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
I was really intrigued by this question posed by Forbes. Here’s their initial response to the question: Might computers today have a better nose for human talent than humans do? Why not? Human hiring managers may feel cranky, overwhelmed or cynical on many days. Or they may be using rigid, out-of-date talent-measurement stereotypes that are […]
Posted on15. Aug, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
At my current firm, I recently assumed an expanded role separate from my usual recruiting duties that has me working much more closely with outside vendors and in particular their account managers. As a salesperson by background, oh that’s right, I said it, salesperson, and I’m not ashamed! Get over it, salespeople are not evil. […]
Posted on13. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
I was fascinated by a graphic that Health IT Consultant posted about how satisfied health IT employees and health IT consultants were with their jobs. The data for the graphic comes from a Healthcare IT Leaders survey of healthcare IT professionals. I’ll admit that I was a bit surprised at the results. I didn’t expect […]
Posted on11. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
There’s a really great post on reddit that outlines a former Epic employees salary and bonus schedule while working at Epic. Here’s his pay structure: Starting (June 2011): 60k Bonus (Holiday 2011): 8k Spot Bonus (Feb 2012): 1k TL Promotion (Mar 2012): No Raise/Bonus 🙁 Year 1 Raise (June 2012): 76k (18%) Bonus (Holiday 2012): […]
Posted on08. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
I think many in the EHR community are keeping a close eye on what’s happening with the Department of Defense (DoD) EHR bidding war that’s happening right now. Considering the DoD is planning to spend $11 billion on the EHR contract, that’s going to have a huge impact on the EHR world and particularly the […]
Posted on06. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
Having the best health IT job board in the industry means we get to work with a lot of amazing people and companies. It’s seriously an honor to help so many people in their job search. Not to mention helping companies “get the right people on the bus.” We just passed 12,000 active resumes in […]