Tag Archives: healthcare IT
Posted on28. Feb, 2017 by Erin Kennedy.
LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool for executives. With the high visibility your LinkedIn profile has, even some of the smallest mistakes could be critical. Just like with a resume, your profile has to stand out among the rest of the candidates in the Healthcare field if you want to get discovered and considered for […]
Posted on26. Jan, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
Did you have a seasonal healthcare IT job over the holidays? Did you love that job and wish it could last longer? Now might be the time to ask if there are any openings in a full- or part-time position. Here’s why: You have been a part of the team as a temp worker, so […]
Posted on22. Oct, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
One of the uncomfortable parts of a healthcare IT job search is discussion of salary. Most of us don’t really like negotiations over salary and fear that putting our current wage on paper might doom us to repeat it. For the most part, you really don’t need to put salary history on your resume. At […]
Posted on15. Aug, 2013 by Guest Blogger.
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 […]
Posted on14. Jun, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
Now that we are entering into Meaningful Use Stage 2 , when we visit one of the many outstanding hospitals that are found across our country, we all see that technology is being used in every step of a patient’s care, from admission information and initial imaging tests to sharing diagnoses with the resident taking over […]
Posted on15. May, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
Amid the destruction and the terror that took place at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, there was nothing greater than the exhibitions of human kindness and courage that we were privileged to witness both that day and in the days that followed. Medics and ordinary citizens rushing into a smoky […]
Posted on06. May, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
With celebrations around our country for Earth Day just barely in our rear-view mirrors, many of you probably can share examples of how the care taking of our planet was discussed in your community organizations, in your office, or at your child’s school. But, it’s not just a holiday designated some forty years ago that […]
Posted on01. Apr, 2013 by Shirley Corsey.
68 college basketball teams meet, 67 games will be played, but only one team will win the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship! The 2013 NCAA Men’s Division I basketball tournament is underway! The Final Four games are April 6. The National Championship game is April 8th. So what’s your NCAA “Bracket” looking like? The NCAA “Final […]
Posted on28. Mar, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
So, you have heard that Health IT is a booming field and those who show great interest in your future financial security, like your parents or your spouse, have been urging you to consider joining its ranks. You have to admit, though, that the idea of staring at computers and breaking a person’s complex medical […]
Posted on20. Mar, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
I don’t know how many of you have been following the characters on the show The Office for the past nine seasons, but their time on NBC is drawing to a close. Since I study and teach office environments for a living — specifically how you can navigate through one to achieve great professional success […]
Posted on30. Jan, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
I find that discussions of placing technology in classrooms and technology in doctors’ exam rooms have some similarities. A teacher can hand the kids laptops for one research project a semester or create fancy PowerPoint presentations to accompany lectures just to be able to say that these innovations are being used, or she can integrate […]