Use Personal Referrals to Boost Your Network and Build Your Career

Personal referrals are a cornerstone of hiring for today’s businesses. According to LinkedIn, 85% of new jobs are given to someone within a referral network. The more senior the role, the more likely it is to come from a referral. There are obvious benefits to businesses from hiring based on referrals. Candidates come pre-screened and […]

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Epic UGM 2021 Planning Guide: UGM is In-Person

Epic UGM is back in-person for 2021! The conference begins on Monday, August 23rd, and concludes on Wednesday, August 25th. Similar to pre-COVID years, the conference is taking place in Verona, Wisconsin at Epic’s campus; however, this year there is a full-vaccination requirement to attend. Streaming options will be available for the Executive Address. Epic […]

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15 Tips for RCM Leaders Implementing a New Patient Accounting System

The migration to a new Patient Accounting System (PAS), most often as part of an organization’s larger Electronic Health Records (EHR) implementation, requires extensive planning and preparation from revenue cycle management leaders. Due to an increasingly complex payer environment and expectations that PAS’ fit seamlessly into an organization’s tech stack, proper planning and input from […]

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Healthcare IT Leaders, BD, and TrackMy Solutions Deliver COVID-19 Testing for Sports Marketing Leader IMG during Masters Week

Comprehensive test and notification program ensures safety and provides peace of mind for IMG clients, staff, and vendors at the 2021 Masters® Golf Tournament. Guests of IMG enjoyed world-class golf at The Masters this week and attended the Tournament and surrounding events with greater reassurance thanks to COVID-19 testing provided by Healthcare IT Leaders, BD, […]

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COVID-19 Testing at Work: Seven Lessons from Leading Employers

Three large employers using regular COVID-19 testing to screen essential workers report success in their efforts to prevent worksite COVID-19 outbreaks. Executives leading the testing efforts at these companies also say that careful planning and communication are keys to implementing a seamless testing program with minimal disruption to the workday. In a recent webinar now […]

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COVID-19 Testing Strategies: 10 Lessons from Colleges

Colleges across the United States returned to campus in the fall of 2020 after a spring semester of remote learning and a summer break. Campuses quickly developed and adopted numerous strategies for frequent COVID-19 testing and data reporting in order to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff members, and the neighboring community. A new […]

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Five Reasons to Start a Worksite COVID-19 Testing Program

Herd immunity for COVID-19 through vaccination is still months away, according to U.S. health experts, but even then, many epidemiologists warn that the pathogen, in some form, will circulate for years, requiring employers to take long-term steps to protect employees. Low-cost interventions such as symptom screening and physical distancing provide some protection but often miss […]

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Ready for Your Workday Implementation? Don’t Overlook These Key Roles

More and more healthcare organizations are selecting and implementing Workday as their human capital management or enterprise resource planning solution. Workday is a flexible, cloud-based platform that can meet the modern HCM and ERP needs of major hospitals and health systems. As with any large software project, however, organizations risk disruption during a Workday installation […]

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Healthcare IT Leaders Developer Collaborates on AI-Driven Pandemic Solutions

Can Artificial Intelligence help policymakers implement more effective Covid-19 reopening strategies? Developers and data scientists from around the world aim to find out—and win a massive cash prize in the process. They are competing in the XPRIZE Pandemic Response Challenge, an international team competition focused on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to predict […]

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Use Alarms and Monitoring to Prevent Vaccine Spoilage

The push to vaccinate Americans for Covid-19 is highlighting a potential weak link in the supply chain:  refrigerators and freezers. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines approved for emergency use in the U.S. both require cold storage, and at least two hospitals have reported vaccine freezer failures, including the Boston VA where an unplugged freezer spoiled […]

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Why is Vaccination Staffing So Hard?

Our national effort to vaccinate for Covid-19 is proving more difficult than expected. Even with two authorized vaccines (and others pending), ‘last mile’ challenges from storage limitations and a shortage of vaccination supplies to patient scheduling issues and vaccine hesitancy have hindered the U.S. rollout. Yet another concern, say experts, is vaccination staffing. That is, having […]

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