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4 Out of 5 Headhunters Agree: Doctors are the Hardest to Recruit

Headhunters Agree: Doctors are Hardest to Recruit

Disclaimer:  this article offers tongue-in-cheek generalizations based on stereotypical exaggerations for the purpose of engaging the readers’ interest. Any similarity between the boorish behaviors parodied and actual people is unintentional. There is a special chair in Headhunter Heaven for the […]

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A Day in the Life of a Trauma ICU Nurse

Career Analysis - Trauma ICU Nursing

Responding to an overhead page, nurses and doctors rush to the emergency room or intensive care unit stat. Once they arrive, they work furiously to save a patient’s life. If you have ever watched a medical drama on television, you […]

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Electronic Health Records: The Scourge

How EHRs have failed physicians and patients

The consensus among users is that what is needed most in EHRs is interoperability. The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) has defined interoperability as “the ability of different information technology systems and software applications to communicate, exchange data, and use the information that has been exchanged.” Interoperability opens the way for many new digital tools — such as apps for both physicians and patients — to make data-sharing among EHRs a priceless asset, not a source of frustration.

We need access to patient records in EHRs from different systems. This type of communication was one of the fundamental lacks that the transition from paper was meant to remedy. The issue, unfortunately, is commercially driven lack of cooperation, not lack of technology…. Read more

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5 Reasons Being Fit Helps Your Career

How Fitness Affects You Professionally - 5 Reasons Being Fit Helps Your Career

As a medical professional, you know that being overweight or obese greatly affects your health. The CDC notes that approximately 1/3 of American adults are obese, and that type 2 Diabetes and heart disease are linked to being obese or […]

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Why I Chose Emergency Medicine

Choosing Your Medical Specialty: Emergency Medicine

There is a definite finality to the decision of which specialty a physician pursues. The reasons are as vast as they are individual. Hopefully, the med student has done due diligence and has a solid grasp on what their future […]

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What to Expect After Being Summoned by the State Nursing Board

Summoned by the State Nursing Board? Here is what to expect

It’s a nurse’s worst nightmare. Whether it’s a surprise or completely expected, receiving a summons to appear before the state nursing board is devastating. The stakes are high. The state nursing board has all the power, and they can suspend your license or impose any number of restrictions on it. Suspended and restricted licenses do not make for happy employers. What do you do if the worst happens and you are summoned before the board of nursing? Read more

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