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Are you in the market for a new job opportunity? Much of today’s job hunting and recruiting is done online. And one of the biggest platforms is LinkedIn. When you optimize your LinkedIn profile for recruiters, you improve your chances of being noticed, interviewed, and hired. Start by writing down a list of keywords to… Read more »

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Do you dread going in to work in the morning? Feeling uninspired and exhausted by your job? You may be suffering from burnout. It’s time to turn things around before they get any worse! Luckily, there are a few things you can do that usually help get things back on track — let’s take a… Read more »

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One of the primary goals at your medical facility is to keep your employees happy and safe. But that can be easier said than done. It’s up to you to make sure that all of your employees stay safe on the job so that they, in turn, can keep your patients healthy. As 2020 rolls… Read more »

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Let’s face it. Sometimes, you’ll do something great at work, but no one recognizes you for it. And that’s okay — you’re not in it for personal recognition. You do what you do because you want to help others. But take a moment to appreciate yourself, because it’s important to remind yourself that you’re succeeding…. Read more »

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Has a recruiter been calling you? It’s not wise to ignore the phone. Even if you’re not interested in a new job, it’s worth your while to answer the phone, text or respond to that email when a recruiter contacts you.Here are some of the major reasons why it’s a good idea to pick up… Read more »

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An active lifestyle is a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, you can’t always get to the gym or go for a run before work. But what you can do is perform a few basic exercises while you’re at work to keep you healthy, stress-free, and mentally engaged. Here are five exercises you can do during the workday…. Read more »

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Setting strategic goals is essential to the life of your healthcare organization. If you don’t, your team has nothing to strive for. Plus, your organization as a whole has no way of measuring whether or not you’re achieving what you should be: highly effective and timely patient care. Let’s take a look at four basic… Read more »

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When you work in the medical field, some measure of stress comes with the territory. After all, you’re sometimes dealing with life-and-death situations that require quick thinking and decisive action. The trick is not letting the stress affect your performance at work. One way to do that is to try a breathing exercise to stay… Read more »

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There’s no doubt that technology is changing the world of healthcare. Telemedicine is just one example, and it’s an important one. Telemedicine involves using electronic communications — teleconferencing, remote monitoring, video calling, etc. — to administer healthcare. So how is this kind of approach changing things in today’s medical facilities?   More Healthcare at Home… Read more »

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Whether or not it’s your formal resolution this New Year, it should be everyone’s ultimate goal: to achieve long-term health and happiness. It turns out that there are a few proven ways to accomplish that! Four ways to be happier and healthier as 2020 arrives:   Eat Well There’s just no substitute for a healthy… Read more »