Staffing/Professional Development

Adapting to the Priorities of the New Healthcare IT Workforce

January 28, 2015     Tim Tolan
article
An organization’s most important asset can be defined in a number of ways, depending on the person defining the term and their own role. I am a big believer that, in most organizations, the most important asset is the human capital that makes everything happen

Streamlined Staffing: Taking the Guesswork Out of Labor Allocation

January 27, 2015     John DeGaspari
article
At a time of continual change in the healthcare industry driven by an evolution in regulations, care delivery, and payment models amid rising demand for healthcare services, human resources professionals will be expected to do more with less.

Top Ten Tech Trends: "Clinical Informaticists 2.0"

January 23, 2015     Mark Hagland
article
What will senior clinical informaticists need going forward? Rock-solid skills and big-picture understandings and leadership capabilities, that’s for certain

What you Need to Know about Hiring Veterans

January 16, 2015     Pete Rivera
blog
They are taught to look at the big picture and understand the impact of decisions on the rest of the team and overall mission. But if you think you are going to get someone that just says, “Yes Sir/Ma’am” and will keep their head down, that’s not the modern...

Healthcare Fraud: One Expert Shares a Trans-Industry Perspective

January 12, 2015     Mark Hagland
article
As healthcare fraud of all types becomes, distressingly, more common every day, Mark Ford of Deloitte shares his perspectives on what healthcare leaders are doing right—and wrong—these days

Finance Pros and Physician Pros: One Expert Says They’re Now Coexisting

January 6, 2015     Rajiv Leventhal
article
Historically, the relationship between CFOs and CMOs has not always been one filled with cohesiveness, and with a shifting reimbursement era upon us in healthcare, the pressure is on for better integration. One industry veteran, however, says the two sides...

Recruiting Executives During Reorganization

December 29, 2014     Bonnie Siegel and Paul Bohne, Witt/Kieffer
article
There is a school of thought in healthcare recruiting that organizations in flux should delay major hires until the dust settles and stability returns. Today the pace of change has quickened and, in many organizations, it seems the dust never really settles....

Identity and Access Management: HCA Healthcare’s Big-Scale Approach

December 15, 2014     Mark Hagland
article
At the vast HCA Healthcare, a focus on deploying comprehensive, manageable identity and access management solutions across 165 hospitals

At iHT2-Houston, THR’s Ed Marx Shares Eight Essential Principles for Governance Success

December 13, 2014     Mark Hagland
article
In a wide-ranging keynote presentation at the Health IT Summit in Houston, Texas Health Resources CIO Ed Marx offers a set of eight bedrock principles on which to base good IT governance—anywhere

Report: Health Informatics Labor Market Lags Behind Demand For Workers

December 12, 2014     Rajiv Leventhal
news
The demand for health informatics workers is projected to grow at twice the rate of employment overall, but there is strong evidence that the nation already faces a shortage of qualified workers in this field, according to a new report from the Boston-based...
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