Archive for April, 2015
Posted on29. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
I previously posted about a Data Science for Dummies (and the Data Science for Dummies Book) resource for those looking at the quickly evolving career of data science. This field of work is becoming more and more important in healthcare. So, even if your job is not a data science job, it’s good for you […]
Posted on27. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
Healthcare IT Central is the leading place for healthcare companies come to look for healthcare IT Professionals. We’re excited to have a community of 12,000 active health IT professional resumes in our database and we have nearly 24,000 registered job seekers and growing every day. This week we’d like to highlight one of the companies […]
Posted on24. Apr, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Finding a job can be tough – the job market is competitive. And it is even more competitive today than ever before. This means that you need to up your game and quit playing around. You can’t just put skills or experience on your resume haphazardly. If you do that you are writing your resume […]
Posted on22. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
Knowing when to quit and when to stick it out with a job is a hard thing. In every job there’s always a roller coaster of emotions. The only question is how high are the highs and how low are the lows. Not to mention how many bumps there are a long the way. However, […]
Posted on20. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
As I recover from a week in Chicago at the HIMSS annual conference I have a lot to chew on. I posted My Overall View of Healthcare IT coming out of HIMSS 2015 that might be of interest to many of you. I did approximately 30 meetings that week and that doesn’t count the dozen […]
Posted on17. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
As I return back from HIMSS, I got this presentation titled Bye, Bye, Baby Boomers that really caught my eye. I wish I’d seen the full presentation. Maybe HIMSS will put out the video of the presentation. However, even the slides are really informative. The premise is basically that Baby Boomers will shortly be retiring […]
Posted on10. Apr, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
It’s probably one of the most overlooked of valuable tax deductions: job search expenses. You see, the government wants you to work, and preferably at a well-paying job. The more money you earn, the more the government gets to claim in taxes. When you aren’t working, you have no income to tax. If you aren’t […]
Posted on08. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
One of the really interesting things about having a healthcare IT job board is that we get a lot of insight into the healthcare IT market. For example, Carl Bergman created this really great look into demand for EHR and Healthcare IT certifications based on the data on our health IT job board. That’s some […]
Posted on06. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
Over at TEKSystems they just released an analysis for their annual healthcare IT forecasts gleaned from data reported by CIOs, IT VPs, IT directors, IT hiring managers. Some key highlights of the data include: A majority of IT leaders expect their organization’s healthcare IT budget to increase in 2015 and are confident in their IT […]
Posted on03. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
A new study by Health eCareers found that nearly one-third of healthcare recruiters in the U.S. rank employee turnover as their greatest staffing concern this year and say hiring the best healthcare employees is only half the battle – once you have them, you need to keep them. Bill Thomson, a healthcare staffing expert and […]
Posted on01. Apr, 2015 by John Lynn.
The HIMSS Annual Conference is the largest gathering of healthcare IT professionals in the world. With about 30,000 attendees and 1300 exhibitors, it provides an amazing opportunity to network and connect with the best healthcare IT companies and leading healthcare organizations. While everyone that’s anyone in healthcare IT is at the event, there’s also a […]