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You’re looking for a superstar. And sometimes, these candidates rise to the top. But over time, many of the answers provided by potential employees can start to feel, look, and sound the same. How do you differentiate? Before you make a decision, consider these criteria to determine the top candidates for your next medical office… Read more »

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There are many reasons you may want to change careers. Maybe you’re unhappy in your current industry. Maybe you want to create a better sense of stability. Maybe you’re genuinely interested in medical science and the support jobs related to it. Whatever your reason, it’s important that you’re prepared. So how do you change jobs… Read more »

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When a new hire comes into your department, what are your strategies for management? These employees may already have years of experience in the medical industry, but they’ve never worked for your or your organization before, so there will be a learning curve in the first days. Your management strategy is an important aspect of… Read more »

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Your nursing resume may be your only shot at a good first impression. But there is a lot of information out there about how to write a great resume, how do you know what’s accurate? Here is one thing you may want to keep in mind. Paying attention to the most important real estate on… Read more »

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As the manager, it’s up to you to set the right example for communication in your department. But how do you improve your communications skills to encourage the right environment for your team? If you are able to effectively communicate, you can build better relationships which will then positively affect all other aspects of their… Read more »

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You may or may not be expecting it, but what happens when you’re laid off from your job? Hopefully, you’ll never have the experience, but it can happen to anyone. Even if the thought is disturbing to you, the way you handle it can impact your day-to-day life and your future job search. If you’ve… Read more »

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Managing nurses’ alternate shifts can be difficult, especially if management isn’t on site during these hours. So how do you give these employees the support they need while they’re working after business hours? There are several ways you can improve their productivity and satisfaction in the workplace, even when you’re not physically there. Here are… Read more »

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Did you know that the majority of U.S. workers don’t take all of their vacation time?  For this reasons, American employees experience stress and burnout in astounding numbers. And this is especially true in the high-stress medical industry. Not only is it essential that you take time off from work to rest and recharge, but… Read more »

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NEW YORK, August 16, 2017 – Inc. magazine today ranked Fortus Healthcare Resources NO. 3802 on its 36th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent small and midsized businesses…. Read more »

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As a hiring manager for your healthcare department, your single job is to hire the best person for each and every role. Facilities use a variety of methods to screen and evaluate candidates, including skills testing and psychological evaluations. But no matter how hard you try, bad hires happen. While there isn’t a single fool-proof… Read more »