Is Your LinkedIn Profile Keeping You Off the Radar?

  You spent hours creating and polishing your LinkedIn profile. The only trouble? That was two years ago. You haven’t given it much thought since then. The problem with this kind of hands-off approach is that you’ve fallen off the radar. That means hiring managers and healthcare IT recruiters aren’t going to be able to… Read more »

5 Ways to Recognize Your IT Employees During Health IT Week 2019

Celebrate your healthcare IT employees during National Health IT Week Sept. 23-27   Healthcare IT has come a long way in recent years. It wasn’t that long ago that all medical records were captured on paper. Now, nearly 99% of hospitals and health clinics have adopted EHR technology, enabling better patient care. None of this… Read more »

How to Write an Amazing Resume

  A resume is perhaps the most important part of your job search. It’s what initially attracts the attention of a hiring manager, communicates your value to potential employers, and can lead to landing an interview. We’ve seen hundreds of resumes throughout our more than 15 years in the healthcare IT consulting and staffing industry… Read more »

6 Skills You’ll Need to Be A Healthcare IT Leader

  As a healthcare IT professional, you’re in-demand. But if you want to get ahead and advance your career into a leadership position, there’s a lot of competition. That’s why you need to invest in yourself and your career. But where do you begin? Here’s a look at a few key skills to focus on… Read more »

5 Soft Skills Every IT Professional Needs in 2019

  As an IT professional, you’re in demand. There are many more job openings than there are workers to fill them. However, that’s not to say you can sit back and relax. Instead, if you want to stay a step ahead of your peers, you should always be learning and growing. And while it’s important… Read more »

These Highly Successful Habits Will Turn You into an IT Leader

  Some tech innovators have strange habits. Take Sandy Lerner, co-founder of Cisco Systems. She’s into jousting. Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, announced his intention to become fluent in Mandarin, whereas Japanese inventor, Yoshiro Nakamatsu, known as the father of the floppy disk, likes to hang out in his “Calm Room,” a bathroom tiled… Read more »

4 Reasons Recruiters Reject Your Resume

  Trying to find a job can be unbelievably frustrating. You spend weeks perfecting your resume, writing cover letters and applying for jobs only to get rejected, or worse, hear nothing at all. You have the experience and skills necessary for the position, but you’re not making any progress in your job search. Your resume may… Read more »

New Overtime Rule: What Employers Need to Know

  Employers take notice: a new rule regulating overtime pay is about to take effect. Last May, the U.S. Department of Labor passed a new overtime law that changed which employees are exempt from overtime pay. Come December 1, the law will make an estimated 4.2 million exempt workers non-exempt. Currently, employees who make $455… Read more »

Hot Tech Skills to Look for When Recruiting IT Talent

  In 2016, the pace of job growth in IT is still moving in a positive direction. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for IT professionals was just under 3% in September 2015. While there has been a solid demand for certain skill sets for years, other hot… Read more »

Healthcare Facilities Struggle to Easily Share Data

Over the past few years, the healthcare industry has begun to heavily rely on technology to document, track, and disseminate medical information. The sharing of data is a huge challenge, as it is currently difficult to share individual patient information between different medical providers. This sharing of information becomes even more important when a patient… Read more »