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TOP 5 Healthcare Recruiting Tips

TOP 5 Healthcare Recruiting Tips

Posted on27. Oct, 2016 by .

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The following is a guest blog post by Bogdan Lupu. Healthcare recruiting is a tough balancing act. You need to make the process easy enough, so you don’t loose great potential candidates, but complex enough so you don’t get overwhelmed by thousands of applicants. Here are 5 Tips on how to best keep this balance. […]

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Patient Engagement: Rethinking Web

Posted on26. Feb, 2016 by .

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Effective patient engagement assumes mutual dedication. Although patients do care about their health, they still need some encouragement to get fully involved in their well-being activities. And healthcare organizations are there to offer a helping hand by providing more health information as well as promoting awareness and responsible behavior. No wonder that patient engagement has […]

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Why Aren’t You Concerned About Job Security?

Why Aren’t You Concerned About Job Security?

Posted on12. Jan, 2016 by .

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The following is a guest blog post by Christina Hendrickson from Greythorn. You probably aren’t independently wealthy.  (That’s okay, neither am I.) Since you and I and a lot of other people require regular paychecks, we already know a big part of why we work. But what isn’t always clear is why we stay in […]

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5 Things You Should Know About Those Dreaded Personality Tests

5 Things You Should Know About Those Dreaded Personality Tests

Posted on24. Sep, 2014 by .

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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 […]

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A Recruiting Perspective on Continued Health IT Education

A Recruiting Perspective on Continued Health IT Education

Posted on18. Jun, 2014 by .

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The following is a guest blog post by Neil Pascarella, hiring manager at Stoltenberg Consulting. In our industry survey conducted at the HIMSS14 annual conference, 50 percent of respondents claimed a lack of resources as the biggest barrier to achieving meaningful use. In order to make up for this lack of resources, health IT professionals need […]

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CTO, Enterprise Sector

CTO, Enterprise Sector

Posted on13. Feb, 2014 by .

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FERNANDO MESA CTO, Enterprise Sector MarkLogic Corporation INTRODUCTION: I’m responsible for the creation, communication and implementation of the technical vision and strategy for the company in the Healthcare and Life Sciences space.  I spend a large part of my time working with Fortune 500 clients on large-scale software implementations that require deep experience in Big […]

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Tips For Getting Faster Service When Visiting An Urgent Care Facility Or An Emergency Room

Tips For Getting Faster Service When Visiting An Urgent Care Facility Or An Emergency Room

Posted on15. Aug, 2013 by .

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Getting rapid service when visiting an emergency room often requires people to have the most severe illnesses or injuries upon entering.  Sadly, those who are waiting for medical attention are frequently sidelined by the arrival of ambulances and walk-ins who have issues that are far more urgent than their own.  Sitting in hard-backed chairs for […]

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Hospital Evidence Based Staffing: Staff for How Many People You Have in the Hospital

Hospital Evidence Based Staffing: Staff for How Many People You Have in the Hospital

Posted on01. Jul, 2013 by .

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One of the largest problems in modern healthcare administration is the development of staffing methodology that keeps patients and professionals happy while keeping expenses low. Understaffing has been tied to increased patient mortality by countless studies. A low ratio of nurses and doctors to patients often results in poor patient outcomes, including extended hospital stays, […]

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President/CEO of the Institute of Technology

President/CEO of the Institute of Technology

Posted on02. Mar, 2012 by .

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DACIA BETTS INTRODUCTION: My name is Dacia Betts, and I am the President/CEO of the Institute of Technology, based in St. Louis, Missouri. JOB DESCRIPTION: As President/CEO of the Institute of Technology, I focus on  Healthcare Informatics training for  individuals desiring to work in the Healthcare Information Technology field.  I initially provide potential students with […]

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Assistant Director, Master of Management in Clinical Informatics – Duke University

Assistant Director, Master of Management in Clinical Informatics – Duke University

Posted on12. Jun, 2011 by .

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RANDY SEARS Assistant Director, Master of Management in Clinical Informatics The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University Job Description Operational responsibility for the Master of Management in Clinical Informatics program. Responsible for recruiting including all marketing activities, admissions including managing the process, interviewing and evaluating applicants, preparing students for program start with preterm review materials […]

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Independent EMR/EHR Implementation Specialist

Independent EMR/EHR Implementation Specialist

Posted on12. Apr, 2011 by .

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RHONDA MORGENSTERN Independent EMR/EHR Implementation Specialist Philadelphia, PA INTRODUCTION: My Name is Rhonda Morgenstern (No relation to Rhoda from the 70s! 😉  I am an independent EMR\EHR Implementation Specialist. I have had the privilege of working for more than 20 Health Care systems in the past 6 years. JOB DESCRIPTION: As an independent consultant serving the […]

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