Archive for September, 2014
Posted on29. Sep, 2014 by John Lynn.
The resume has been a wonderful thing for many years. It’s a simple way to quickly assess the capabilities of an applicant. So far we haven’t come up with a better, simpler solution than a resume. Although, we see companies like Zappos essentially doing away with resumes. We’ll see if that goes mainstream or if […]
Posted on26. Sep, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
I know I always say this, so apologies for my redundancy, readers, but after recruiting for years I always think I’ve seen it all. And then, WAMMO, another something crazy happens. Though someone is a better moniker for what happens actually because all these lessons are learned directly from a candidate lacking good judgment. Therefore, […]
Posted on24. Sep, 2014 by Guest Blogger.
The following is a guest blog post by Mike Bunch, Managing Director, CTG Health Solutions’ Resource Management Team. Congratulations! You’ve made it to the job interview. Everything is progressing smoothly – you’re feeling comfortable, answering all the questions thoughtfully, making a personal connection with the interviewer – and then it happens. The interviewer asks an […]
Posted on22. Sep, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
Online branding is a brand management technique that uses the internet as a medium for positioning your unique brand in the marketplace. Website creation and optimization, social media, blogs, online press releases, and video marketing are all methods used for online branding purposes. One of the best ways to improve your online brand is by being active online – […]
Posted on17. Sep, 2014 by John Lynn.
The busy healthcare IT Fall conference season is upon us. It’s a real challenge to decide which conferences to attend because there are so many. I’ve told people that I could travel every day of the week to attend various healthcare IT and EHR conferences. People often ask me which events and conferences I’ll be […]
Posted on15. Sep, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
Dear Cassie, I’m a new consultant out on my first contract. What are your top three tips for new consultants? Thank you, Janice Dear Janice, Congratulations on making the big leap into consulting. I hope you are enjoying it so far, though without doubt, there are challenges that accompany the freedom. Welcome to life, right? […]
Posted on12. Sep, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
It may not seem like a tricky question, but your response to, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” can easily make or break your interview. This frequently asked question is not only considered to be one of the most hated and laziest questions asked during an interview, but also the most common. One thing for sure is that […]
Posted on10. Sep, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
I have a problem and I need help. My phone use is spiraling out of control and I have full on phone face, as in my face is always staring at my phone. It’s a regular occurrence that my husband asks me a question and I say, “oh, what? Sorry, I wasn’t paying attention (because […]
Posted on08. Sep, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
Are you on LinkedIn? Have you completely set up your LinkedIn Profile? How long did it take you to get your LinkedIn profile complete? For most of us, it was a process that took longer than we wanted it to because there’s so much involved in created a LinkedIn profile correctly. In addition to having […]
Posted on05. Sep, 2014 by John Lynn.
This Friday we wanted to feature a Solution Sepecialist job that was recently posted by a company called Epion Health. Here’s a short description of Epion Health for those that might not be familiar with the company: Epion offers a Software as a Service, patient engagement platform at the point of care, beginning with the […]
Posted on03. Sep, 2014 by John Lynn.
We’re leaving what I’ve called the Golden Age of EHR. It’s been an exciting time to be part of the healthcare IT and EHR industry that’s been fueled by $36 billion of EHR incentive money. As the EHR incentive money comes to an end and most organizations have adopted an EHR, what’s coming next for […]