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New Career Development Site Launched

February 4, 2010
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| Reprints, an online career center based in Fayetteville, Ark., has launched, a blogging channel that will focus exclusively on healthcare IT workforce and career development topics and discussions.

The site features posts from the HITT SQUAD, a team of industry experts who provide an insider’s look at all aspects of healthcare IT workforce and career development, according to CEO Gwen Darling, who is also a writer and blogger for Healthcare Informatics. was created to provide answers for professionals who are either already working in healthcare IT and looking for a new opportunity, or are interested in becoming part of the industry, according to Darling. In addition to providing insight into the best way for candidates or employers to approach topics such as sourcing, recruiting, interviews, resumes, and career development, the HITT SQUAD will cover content such as educational options, social media strategies, and available job opportunities.

Also featured on the site are: Tim Tolan, a senior executive search consultant who specializes in healthcare IT (and is also a blogger for HCI); Jacob Rhoades, the director of talent management for a healthcare IT staffing firm; Erin Kennedy, a certified resume writer; Shirley Corsey, an EPIC consultant and online EMR trainer; Joe Lavelle, a consulting executive and business coach; and Joshua Waldman, a social media consultant and trainer.

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