JP Morgan’s 2018 Conference Insights That Healthcare Organizations Should be Considering

Posted by Steven Haggerty, HealthCare Strategist and CPA 13, June, 2018

In 1983, J.P. Morgan created Wall Street’s leading investor conference focused on healthcare. Now, 35 years later, the event is the premier healthcare investment symposium in the industry.

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“Is There a Difference in the Way Female Nurse Practitioners Are Treated?”

Posted by MedSource Consultants 6, June, 2018


With the recent national discussions regarding workplace gender inequality, it is crucial to evaluate all workplaces and industries in order to make positive changes and reforms. This is especially true for professions traditionally dominated by one gender or where there is or has been an imbalance of power due to structural hierarchy.

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The Impact of a Hospital Merger and Acquisitions on Personnel and Hiring

Posted by Jim Fitzgibbons 24, May, 2018

The business of medicine is dynamic and under constant revenue assault. Government and private insurance remittances are declining in the “pay-for-procedure” revenue models. Years ago, survival instincts were catalyzed, as moderate sized private practices gobbled up sole practitioners. Regional practices bought moderately sized practices. Hospitals raided private practices to eliminate competition from specialists who were in private practice but utilized the hospital’s facilities. Hospitals began merging with other hospitals. Large national hospital groups began rapidly adding specialty hospitals to optimize their “portfolio.”

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Five Critical Skills of Great Leaders: Making a Transformational Impact

Posted by Dawn Pascale 27, April, 2018

When you look back and consider which leaders had the greatest influence in your life, do you seek ways to emulate their abilities? Great leaders are rarely forgotten; as you move up the corporate ladder, you’ll want to be on the lookout for those same qualities that can help make your own leadership extraordinary. Many characteristics exist that can help define what skills are needed to lead effectively, but the following critical attributes will separate a good leader from a great one.

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Writing Cover Letters that Count

Posted by Dawn Pascale 3, January, 2018

Despite what you may think, it is a well-written cover letter – not your resume – that will single-handedly increase your potential for more job interviews. Yes, they do get read, and often, the cover letter will determine if your CV commands consideration.

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