Tag Archives: Networking
Posted on05. Nov, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
If you think about it, you have “employees” of your own. You pay them to do things for you — find information on what concerns you, keep track of data you need to access again, and anything else you don’t want to do yourself. Some of your employees are paid when you get the bill […]
Posted on13. Oct, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
You hear the word “networking” in a positive light most of the time, but think about it: Who are you networking with? If every conversation is gossip or complaining, then it has an effect on the way you think and act. In addition to how it affects you, there’s an effect on how your healthcare […]
Posted on31. Dec, 2014 by Paul Smith.
I read over my last post on customizing your resume and am not sure if I made the point I wanted to about a 1 page resume. The one pager is a brief version of your 5 pager. Title, company and what you do, so any dummy can understand it. A few attaboys are fine. […]
Posted on30. Apr, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
It can be difficult to find a job yourself. But, in today’s changing job market, throwing yourself on the fire and doing everything you can in order to find the right job is in your best interest, especially if you want to land the ideal job. Start by finding out what kind of experience and […]
Posted on07. Jan, 2014 by Gwen Darling.
From the time my youngest daughter Kelly was old enough to speak, she was one tough cookie. I vividly remember the first incident in her early childhood that let me know she was going to be extremely independent. She was two and a half, and was fearlessly swinging her tiny little self all over the […]
Posted on29. Mar, 2013 by Gwen Darling.
Duke University has announced the agenda and speaker lineup for its Fourth Annual Informatics Conference, “Recouping the Costs of EHR Implementations: Return on Investment vs. Return on Health,” and if you’re a Healthcare IT professional in search of an unparallelled networking and learning opportunity, it looks like it time to add a “Save the Date” […]
Posted on12. Feb, 2013 by Gwen Darling.
With the annual HIMSS conference right around the corner, many Healthcare IT professionals are scrambling to figure out how to swing this significant time and financial investment. I’m not talking about whooping it up in the Big Easy – just the necessities are expensive. Let’s take the very best case scenario and look at the […]
Posted on02. Dec, 2012 by Erin Kennedy.
The holidays can be one of the worst times to find yourself out of a job. Not only do you face pressure to attend family functions and buy presents, but it can also be very difficult to get an interview during the short work weeks, and all the vacation time that tends to pop up […]
Posted on09. Oct, 2012 by Shirley Corsey.
The National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), The Pennsylvania Conference for Women, and The Camden County Women’s Health Conference. These are just a few of the campaigns and events I’ve participated in and/or will be participating in this month – like the Breast Cancer Awareness event I’m hosting for a loved one currently under-going treatment for this disease. I […]
Posted on03. Jul, 2012 by Joe Lavelle.
Last month I wrote a post about the perils of of becoming a slave to your To-Do list. Well, I have not changed my mind that we all need to divert our attention from the tactical items on our to-do list to make sure we are taking the time to smell a few roses, clear our […]
Posted on29. Feb, 2012 by Cassie Sturdevant.
My new and awesome employer, Impact Advisors, asked everyone from our team who attended HIMSS this year to write up a Top Ten Observations list to share with others in the firm. I had such a good time writing it up, that I thought I would post here for HealthcareITToday.com readers as well. 10) Viva […]