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All Posts by Miranda Belcher, RN

About Miranda Belcher, RN

To be a travel nurse was the goal that inspired Miranda to pursue a career in nursing. Her fast-paced career began at a community hospital where she worked on a well-renowned orthopedic surgery floor and the pediatric unit for four years.

Once this solid foundation was established, it was time to travel. Escaping a cold Ohio winter, she traveled with her husband and young child to work a contract at a Florida community hospital on the Gulf side where they lived in their class-A RV for four months.

Two years of traveling brought her much experience in the realms of intensive care, cardiac care, and healthcare IT. For an entire year she worked as an IT consultant providing go-live support for hospitals that recently implemented new healthcare technology.

In 2013, her adventurous spirit landed her and her family in Bolivia, where she currently resides and works as a full-time copywriter with special focus on healthcare issues affecting the United States. In her free time she enjoys exploring the outdoor markets, traveling around the Bolivian countryside, and taking adventurous motorcycle rides with her family.

5 Tips to Choose the Right Healthcare Recruiter

How to Identify a Good Healthcare Recruiter

Every single healthcare professional seeking out a travel or permanent position has different needs, skills, credentials, experience, etc. How flexible is your potential recruiter with your needs? Is he willing to listen and do his best to meet all of your requirements for your next travel or permanent job? A good recruiter will flex with you and go out of his way to see that your expectations are met.

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9 Networking Tips Every Healthcare Provider Should Know

Essential Networking Tips for Healthcare Providers

Providers. Physicians. Physician assistants. Nurse practitioners. Allied health professionals. No matter what type of medical position you’re in, tending to a network of colleagues pays off by attracting opportunities right to your doorstep. Keep reading to learn nine networking tips for healthcare professionals to build and nurture a network full of valuable contacts.

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3 Ways Physicians Can Decompress and Rejuvenate During Time Off

Practical Tips for Physicians to Overcome Work Stress

While there is not much that can be done to change the work day of a physician — how the provider copes with or responds to these stressful work conditions, can mean the difference between life and death. Maybe that is too extreme. However, what you do on your time off could determine whether you experience burnout or job satisfaction. Making the most of your days off can also contribute to the maintenance of mental stability and the avoidance of a nervous breakdown.

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How Physicians Feel About Single-Payer Healthcare

Do Physicians Want Single-Payer Healthcare?

Considering the future of the United States’ healthcare system is yet to be determined, it comes as no surprise that a concept once foreign to the US-healthcare industry continuously re-emerges: single-payer healthcare.

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Population Health Management is Here to Stay

Population Health Management Will Remain Regardless of ACA's Fate

Confusion. Deadlines for data submissions. Insurance changes. Healthcare providers deal with a host of uncertainty and challenges during this pivotal era as we transition from a fee-for-service system to a value-based payment model. Perhaps the biggest concern of healthcare providers […]

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