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Top 8 Ways to Find the Best Physician Jobs

Sep 18, 2014

Finding a good job as a physician isn’t usually a difficult task. However, accepting a physician job is normally a major commitment, with positive or negative repercussions that will last throughout the physician’s career. That means that every physician job seeker will feel pressure to find the best possible position in order to achieve a long-term positive outcome. Here are eight tips for how to go about finding your personal best physician job... Read more at Hospital Recruiting

The 10 cleanest Dallas area hospitals

Sep 18, 2014

Maintaining clean environments in hospitals is critical for ensuring patient satisfaction and quality of care. According to recent Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems survey data published by CMS, the following 10 out of 39 Dallas area hospitals have the cleanest rooms and bathrooms... Read more at Becker's Hospital Review

The Top Cities For Employee Satisfaction

Sep 18, 2014

To determine the Best Cities For Employee Satisfaction, Forbes consulted the second annual Employment Satisfaction Report Card by City generated by salary comparison site Glassdoor. The report drew on population data from the U.S. Office of Management & Budget, as well as 700 plus reviews per metropolitan area shared by employees in the 50 largest U.S. metros on Glassdoor over the past 12 months... Read more at Forbes

15 states with the largest data breaches

Sep 16, 2014

Breaches of unsecured protected health information come in a variety of forms including hacking, improper disposal, theft, unauthorized access and loss, to name a few. Desktop computers, laptops, email, network servers, EMRs and portable electronic devices are all potential sources of breaches... Read more at Becker's Hospital Review

When Working With A Recruiter Should Salary Be Disclosed?

Sep 16, 2014

During our recent panel program titled "When and how to work with a recruiter," our panelist responded yes, when working with a recruiter, it is recommended to disclose your desired salary range to the recruiter. Salary can vary depending on the industry, level and geographic area. Disclosing your salary helps both the candidate and recruiter understand expectations regarding what the going salary rate is within the market... Read more at UIAA Blog

The So Simple Rules for Following Up After a Job Interview

Sep 16, 2014

One of the most perplexing subjects for job seekers: how and when to follow-up after a job interview. Everyone knows they should follow-up (although truth be told, few actually do). But how? When? At what point to you go from a quality candidate to a creepy stalker... Read more at YouTern

VA needs to hire 'tens of thousands' of workers

Sep 11, 2014

The beleaguered Veterans Affairs department is launching a major recruitment campaign to bring aboard legions of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals. Plans are to also beef up the ranks of support staff, hiring for roles as diverse as chaplain, clerk, electrician, librarian and plumber... Read more at CNN Money

Healthcare workers wash hands more often when in presence of peers

Sep 11, 2014

Nationally, hand hygiene adherence by healthcare workers remains staggeringly low despite its critical importance in infection control. A study in the October issue of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, the journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA), found that healthcare workers' adherence to hand hygiene is better when other workers are nearby... Read more at Science Daily

Top 10 medical schools for primary care

Sep 11, 2014

According to U.S. News and World Report, the following 10 medical schools were given the highest rankings in the country for their primary care programs in 2014. U.S. News and World Report analyzed survey responses from 114 schools based on seven weighted indicators to calculate the medical school primary care ranking as a percentage... Read more at Becker's Hospital Review

The Anatomy of the Job Interview

Sep 11, 2014

There are a few basics that every person who’s preparing for, or facing a job interview, should know. A job interview is not an interrogation or an investigation. You are not guilty and you are not on trial. In fact, you have a great opportunity to get an exciting job. But before that, let’s understand the job of the interviewer. The interviewer’s objective is to make a selection. You’ve already been screened and preselected from many candidates because your résumé appears to document the skills necessary for success if you were hired. That’s the reason you were... Read more at Personal Branding Blog