Archive for June, 2015
Posted on30. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
Techcrunch put together a great post which listed 9 questions you should ask before you accept a startup job. Here’s the list of questions: Has the CEO built a business before? Does the company have good funding? Do you believe in the vision? Do you believe in their latest round valuation? What can you learn? […]
Posted on25. Jun, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Many people have the dream of working from home. Working from home sounds very desirable to many people, whether it’s to cut down on the expense of the gas necessary to get back and forth from work or because you have a small child that you hope to be able to take care while working […]
Posted on23. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
I was recently reading Venture Valkyrie’s blog where she talks about Jobs of the Future: Not Only for Robots. Here’s a section of the blog post which stood out. So if those jobs are going away and machines run the world of money and more, where are the opportunities for our kids and those now […]
Posted on18. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
As most regular readers know, Healthcare IT Today is the healthcare IT career focused blog that makes a great companion to Healthecare IT Central. For those not familiar with Healthcare IT Central, it’s the leading healthcare IT job board with nearly 24,000 healthcare IT professionals signed up on the site. Plus, we have nearly 1000 […]
Posted on16. Jun, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Clutter really does affect your career: there have been studies that prove it affects the way employers and coworkers view your ability to do your job. Forbes ran an article called “The Dangers Of A Messy Desk” where a study clearly showed that co-workers judge other’s work habits by their cleanliness, and Office Max did a […]
Posted on11. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
The ICD-10 deadline (Oct 1, 2015) is quickly approaching. While Congress could still intervene again and delay ICD-10, it looks like ICD-10 is going to go forward. Even Congress has switched from trying to get a full delay to possibly providing some relief to those who have issues implementing ICD-10. I think that’s a sure […]
Posted on09. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
Inc online has a great article which identifies 10 traits of people who advance in their career. You can check out the full article for all the details, but here’s the list: Enjoy a Challenge See Failures as Opportunities Possess Confidence Are Optimistic Are Open to Feedback Look for a Mentor Are Flexible Focus on […]
Posted on03. Jun, 2015 by John Lynn.
Becker’s is reporting that Lahey Health is laying off 130 people in large part due to their expensive Epic EHR implementation. Here’s an excerpt from the article: On Wednesday, Burlington, Mass.-based Lahey Health announced it is laying off 130 people at three hospitals to help close the budget gap. In the six months ended March […]
Posted on01. Jun, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Most of the time, a job interview will consist of you answering questions. But most interviewers will also ask if you have any questions, and it’s a good idea to be prepared to ask the right kind. You don’t have to use my phrasing, but think through why these questions are good to ask and […]