What the Healthcare Industry Can Learn From Pokemon Go

Posted by Dr. Melissa DeCapua, DNP, PMHNP-BC 9, December, 2016

On July 6, 2016, American software development company Niantic launched its new augmented-reality app, Pokemon Go. Within 13 hours of launch, it became the top-grossing app in the United States, as well as the most popular mobile game in history. Pokemon Go is on more phones than Twitter or Tinder, and it has reached over 26 countries across the globe. 

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Why Top Search Firms Command High Fees

Posted by Paul Hawkinson 3, November, 2016

"When I need a heart bypass, rest assured that I would not select my surgeon on the basis of what they charge."

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8 Tips for an Optimal Healthcare Recruiting Process

Posted by Rebecca Parrino 17, October, 2016

ButDoctor Silva…” The stunned talent acquisition managers could not believe their ears.  “This is difficult for us to understand.  We are aware of your concerns and—while the hiring process at our facility is hardly perfect—we were close to an agreement!  What changed?

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Why Culture is Critically Important to Healthcare Job Seekers

Posted by Dr. Melissa DeCapua, DNP, PMHNP-BC 4, October, 2016

As a nurse practitioner, I’m bombarded with job opportunities. If I’m not being tweeted at, emailed, or called by a recruiter on a given day, I expect a postcard in the mail. Otherwise, I might start to think the zombie apocalypse has arrived. I’m quite fortunate to have chosen a high-demand career, but sometimes the number of potential opportunities can be overwhelming.

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­­­What Residents Want: A Call to Residency Program Directors

Posted by Eric Beam, M.D. 15, September, 2016

The air is rife with eager anticipation as young, budding physicians prepare for making a real difference.  It’s that time of year again—when thousands of fourth-year medical students traverse the country in search of a residency program that will make them into the doctors they dream of being. It’s a time when everyone puts their best foot forward. Students in neatly pressed suits and polished shoes tour gleaming ICUs while their resident guides boast of this or that cutting-edge technology, research breakthrough, or a renowned faculty member. 

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