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Taking the wrong job isn’t as bad as you think

Taking the wrong job isn't as bad as you think, by Jack Isler MD

There are many horror stories out there about what can happen to you when you take the wrong job. However, I can say unequivocally that I learned more from taking the wrong job than I ever did with what I […]

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Get Off on the Right Foot – 6 Tips for Starting a New Job

Get Off on the Right Foot – 6 Tips for Starting a New Job via Healthcare Career Resources Blog

As someone in the healthcare field, you might take advantage of the new job opportunities available. Consider these employment facts for February 2016: Hospitals added 11,000 jobs Ambulatory health services jobs increased by 24,000 Healthcare and social assistance led all […]

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How to Maintain a Professional Image in the Social Media Age

How to Maintain a Professional Image in the Social Media Age | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

“Oh, no!” I said, with a concerned look on my face. “What’s wrong?” he asked. “A nurse I work with just friended me on Facebook. What do I do?” The worst fear I had as a first year resident was […]

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Using Informational Interviews to Advance Your Career

Using Informational Interviews to Advance Your Career | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

So you decide that it is time to take the next step in your career and perhaps expand your professional network or learn more about the experiences of others. You may think to yourself, “How can I do both of […]

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Steps to Re-entering the Healthcare Workforce, Part 2

Steps to Re-entering the Healthcare Workforce, Part 2 | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

Re-entering the medical field after time away from work for any reason is always a challenge. Hospitals and clinics, like other employers, prefer people with recent experience. However, many of us leave our careers for some period of time. Previously […]

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MOC Legislation, Cost of Hospital Owned Medical Practices, and Virtual Hospitals

Physician frustration with maintenance of certification (MOC) requirements is leading to new legislation in several states Oklahoma has already passed a new law stating that board certification cannot be the only way for physicians to maintain hospital privileges and insurance […]

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EpiPen Controversy: Price Gouging, Systemic Issue, or Both?

I’ve had a long interest in understanding how systems work (all systems including economic and social — not just organ systems). I’ve come to realize how often an intervention (be it a drug, surgical procedure, tax law, or healthcare policy […]

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How to Protect Your Nursing License

Protect Your Nursing License, by Angie Best-Boss RN

A nurse gets a DUI. Another makes a medication error that claims the life of a patient. A student nurse snaps a photo of a patient and posts it on social media. A director of nursing for a nursing home […]

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Examining Relationship Based Physician Recruitment

Examining Relationship Based Physician Recruitment | Healthcare Career Resources Blog

Physician recruitment involves several considerations, such as an evaluation of physician need across practice areas, sourcing and recruiting viable candidates, promoting the healthcare facility and community to top candidates, and ensuring a work style and culture fit. Further complicating the […]

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