6 Resources You Need To Use Before (and After) Your Interview
There are countless interview tips and interview techniques to choose from when preparing for a job interview. With too many blogs and articles to count explaining the best ways to smile, sit, how many times to blink, or the perfect level of firm for your hand shake, it can be daunting to select useful information out of the barrage of helpful hints and counsel. While much of the information is useful, translating the tremendous tips and tricks into useable advice can be as much of a challenge as finding a new job!
Millennials get a very bad rap—they’re known as being frivolous, irresponsible, and unreliable. They also happen to be the new workforce. For better or worse, the millennial generation is tech savvy, vibrant, and geared to fill vacancies in all industries.
An EHR is often installed quickly, to earn incentive payments or to save on implementation costs. But by doing so, the associated workflow processes may not be optimized for your organization. For example, the system may enable patients to email their physician, but this may result in a flood of such emails. An optimization effort may introduce a triage step where nursing staff or a care team help categorize the email. Which email must the physician address immediately? Which can wait, or be handled by others?
Given the overwhelming workload from the healthcare regulatory environment, the Electronic Health Record (EHR) continuum, and the expectations of today’s “Holistic CIO,” what steps can a healthcare CIO (or CMO, or CDO) take to survive? Here are general strategies to help navigate this maze.
A diverse range of breakthrough technologies are doing more than streamlining healthcare; these emerging technologies have the potential to fundamentally change the way medicine is practiced. Rather than simply inventing new technology to address healthcare pain points, these technologies will enhance existing healthcare procedures by applying established technology to the healthcare sphere.
As Luna Health Sciences Solutions (LHSS) works to match the needs of the health sciences with smart and usable IT, integrating emerging technology with the necessities of healthcare is of paramount issue. Of great interest lately is the performance (or challenges) of electronic health record (EHR) technology. The challenges with EHRs are tremendous, but with the help of the best and brightest from both the Healthcare and IT industries, those challenges are surmountable.
Ah, the daunting resume game. The constant discussion in the job-finding world revolves around resumes. How do you squeeze your personal worth, skills, attributes, and persona onto a 9 x 11 piece of paper? How can you land a job at an Austin tech company when you have approximately 6 seconds to grab a recruiter's or hiring manager's attention?