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Burnout in the healthcare industry is pretty common. Many of the roles, especially those that interact directly with patients, are intensely stressful and can become challenging. If you feel that the rut is too deep and not something you can get past with some reflection and relaxation, it might be time to make a change… Read more »

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There are countless reasons you need to be careful when making a new hiring decision. Will this person interact with other employees as well as patients or the public? Will they be responsible for confidential information? Will they have to make crucial decisions that could impact your practice or the care that a patient receives?… Read more »

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Nearly every week the nightly news shares a story about hackers who have tapped into a secure network to steal personal information. It doesn’t just affect technology companies. Banks, retail stores, credit card companies, and insurance companies have been the targets of these hackers in recent months. With so many privacy issues to consider when… Read more »

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You may think you’re done with learning after college but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Every industry changes quickly, especially healthcare. It is important that you keep up with the latest technology and information to better perform your job on a daily basis. How do you keep your skills fresh once you’re in the… Read more »

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Are you in the market for a medical support position? Whether you have years of experience or are trying to break in at an entry level it is important that you present yourself well during the interview to land the job. Even the most experienced job seekers can improve their interviewing skills with time. Here… Read more »

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Encouraging teamwork is important for any type of business but sometimes it is overlooked in medical facilities. However, a medical staff needs to be on the same page in order to provide the best possible care for patients. Multiple studies have demonstrated that the quality of patient care and the satisfaction with their experience can… Read more »

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Graduation day is quickly approaching and for the class if 2015 that means it is time to start thinking about what next. If you’re like most students you’ve been evaluating your options or maybe you’ve known what you’ve wanted to be since you were a kid. No matter how prepared you think you are there… Read more »

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It seemed like winter might last forever, but now summer is quickly approaching. Do you generally have a need for additional medical staff in the summertime? Seasonal hiring is common among a variety of industries and healthcare often benefits from short term assistance. Hiring temporary employees doesn’t always follow the same process as permanent employees… Read more »

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Laughter is truly the best medicine. When it comes to high stress healthcare environments it is critical that your staff is able to let off steam and enjoy themselves from time to time. So how can you lighten the mood for your medical staff without compromising your team’s ability to do their job? Here are… Read more »

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It is important as a travel nurse to understand the current salary trends, bonuses, and benefits that you can expect while you’re working. Having the most up to date information in 2015 is essential and can make the difference between a good job and a great one. So what can you expect as a travel… Read more »