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Trends that are Changing the Way We Recruit Nurses

When you recruit a nurse to your patient care team, it goes without saying that you need a qualified, educated professional with the level of experience that positions them for success and is of optimal benefit to each and every person you serve. But in addition to clinical and technical skills, it’s increasingly important to… Read more »

Do You Feel like Your Job Search is hitting a Dead End? Creative Ways to Get Back on Track

Have you hit a rut in your job search? Are you scanning those job boards daily, but nothing interesting catches your eye? It’s perfectly normal to plateau as you look for your ideal position. You can’t maintain that peak level of energy every day. But you do want to stay on track. What steps can… Read more »

Attention Healthcare Pros: Be Aware of These Trends Impacting EMRs

The $26.5 billion electronic medical records market has been undergoing fundamental changes in recent months, which healthcare professionals who work with EMRs need to keep on their radar screen. Issues related to usability and interoperability have risen to the surface, and policy, industry and medical practice trends may result in a new EMR landscape going… Read more »

Five Jobs for Nurses that Aren’t “Nursing”

There’s nothing more frustrating or demoralizing than being stuck in a job you don’t like. Chance are, you got into nursing because you’re passionate about helping people, but due to politics, stress or other damaging factors, your role as a bedside or direct patient care nurse has lost its luster. Bottom line: It’s time for… Read more »

How is AI Changing Your Patients’ Experiences?

The amount of available digital data is growing at a staggering pace, doubling every two years. In 2012, it encompassed 4.4 zettabytes. By 2020, the data created and stored annually will reach 44 zettabytes, or 44 trillion gigabytes. What does this Big Data revolution mean to healthcare – and how will it impact the average’s… Read more »

A Guide to Earning the Trust of Your Patients

When people choose a healthcare provider, they consider myriad personal, practical, financial and emotional factors. But when they find a caregiver they can trust, everything else becomes secondary. Patient trust is closely related to better outcomes, so how can you ensure that you earn it on a regular basis? Trust as Part of Your Brand… Read more »

Why Personality Matters in Healthcare Interviews

When you’re applying for a healthcare job, professional success and industry experience are only part of what a potential employer wants to see. Personality traits are just as important, as they make you the right fit for the role. When two candidates have similar capabilities, these soft skills often are the deciding factor in why… Read more »

Not Getting Any Job Offers? Don’t Let Your Failed Job Search Get You Down!

It’s easy to get discouraged during your job search, especially if you’ve been at it for a while. But, it’s important to stay positive. Doing so will motivate you to continue – and, your attitude will spill over as you network and interview, increasing your chances of making a good impression. How to Stay Upbeat… Read more »

How to Help Your Employees Live a Stress-Free Life In and Out of Work

When you work in healthcare, stress tends to come with the job. Keeping it in check, however, is essential to an employee’s productivity, morale and overall well-being. Moreover, it becomes critical to maintaining high-quality patient care and service, as the negative effects of stress will inevitably spill over into a person’s day-to-day performance. Help your… Read more »

Five Things That Should Be on Your Resume When Looking for a Phlebotomy Job

Along with a strong cover letter, your resume is the first item a potential employer sees when considering you for a job. You are the product – and your resume is your primary sales tool. So be sure that it works for you: making you stand out from the competition as the best phlebotomist for… Read more »

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