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Jobs in Healthcare that are Mostly Behind the Scenes

Working in healthcare is the perfect choice for many people. After all, jobs in healthcare often offer a stable career, good salaries, and a chance to make a difference each day. You also have a lot of choices. Jobs, such […]

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The Perspective of Time – Advice for New and Resident Physicians

The Perspective of Time - Advice for Resident Physicians

The tendency to look back and impose self-criticism for the past is an all too common human tendency. A more robust strategy involves looking far ahead – not just dreaming, but making a detailed plan after careful analysis of goals, […]

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Making Evidence Based Practice an Easier Practice

How to find quality medical research

The medical field is a wonderful balance of art and science. More and more, we, as practitioners, have access to the science and research at our fingertips. At the same time, our patients have more access to medical knowledge; it’s […]

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Why good employees quit and how to prevent it

When Bad Managers Cause Good Employees to Leave, and How to Prevent It

It is as important as ever for hospitals and clinics to keep top-performing employees. Many organizations, unfortunately, fail to retain the best people. Often it comes down to mistakes in management. Below are some 5 things that drive employees crazy and how you can prevent good people from walking out your door…

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5 Mistakes I Made Accepting an Attending Contract

5 Mistakes I Made Accepting My First Physician Contract

The final year of any residency is a time of accelerated independence, moonlighting, and an intense search for that first job as an attending. This decision is critical as one embarks on a life-long career in medicine, and it will […]

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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….

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