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Strategies to Help You Win a Job Offer

Use STAR and PAR for Interview Success

Talented, qualified people fail to convince hiring managers to extend them an offer because they are unprepared for the interview. How you market your accomplishments determines whether your interview is a success. Just like a sales person practices a presentation ahead of time, it is important that you develop STAR and PAR stories before the interview…

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Memorandum and Information on Physician Immigration: J-1 Waiver and H-1B Visas

H1-B and J-1 Visas for physicians

Physicians that are participating in U.S. medical school residency programs but have graduated from medical school abroad are generally known as Foreign Medical Graduates (FMGs). FMGs come to the U.S. to obtain medical training and are usually on either a […]

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Creating a Positive Company Culture in the Medical Field

Creating Company Culture in the Hospital Environment

In the healthcare industry company culture represents the beliefs and behaviors by which a hospital’s nurses and physicians conduct themselves by. It is the interactions with colleagues and patients, it is the attainment of goals and objectives by the units, […]

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How to Survive At Work When You Are Understaffed and Overworked

Nursing Hacks: Surviving an Understaffed Shift

One out of five nurses will leave the nursing profession within the first year of becoming a nurse. 36 % of hospital nurses said their patient workload caused them to miss vital changes in a patient’s condition. You know what […]

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Five Ways to Choose Between Terrific Candidates

How to Choose Between Equal Candidates for One Job Opening

You’ve done a great job recruiting for your newest opening. The screening is done, first and second (and sometimes third) interviews are complete, references are checked, and you’re ready to make a hire.  The problem is – all the candidates are equally qualified. How do you decide whom to choose?

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Must Attend Conferences for Physicians Exploring Entrepreneurship

Conference for physician entrepreneurs

The landscape for physicians to explore entrepreneurship is both exciting and intimidating. Healthcare professionals by nature are adept at problem solving and rely on creativity blended with insight to influence the direction of patients’ lives. This skill set is perfectly positioned to put physicians at the forefront of the entrepreneurial engine.

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Health Care Workers Benefit from Spending Time in Nature

Nature Provides Wellness Benefits for Healthcare Workers

Spending time in nature is an important aspect of self-care for healthcare workers. Nature enhances mental and physical well–being. It boosts creativity and brain function. Exposure to nature is especially helpful for healthcare workers due to the intensity of our jobs, physical demands, and the technical environments in which we work.

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How Does the Current Health Insurance Debate Affect Private Practice in the USA?

Does the current volatility of healthcare in the USA affect the viability of private practice?

The future poses many possible changes to healthcare and its related method of insurance coverage. The focus of healthcare in the USA has not yet been established. Is the intent to cover as many people as possible, control spiraling costs, or make health insurance a personal choice to accept or reject? This debate may not be settled any time soon. Can private practice survive this storm?  

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Healthcare’s Challenging Relationship Between Onboarding and Employee Retention

Tune Up Your Onboarding Process to Improve Employee Retention

The healthcare industry is suffering due to under staffing and low employee retention rates. Healthcare facilities benefit from an employee’s long tenure, but retention is difficult for some facilities. As the baby boomer generation retires and millennials take their place, […]

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