5 Productivity Hacks for Remote IT Workers

Spurred by the current global health crisis, companies are radically adjusting their policies and attitudes toward remote work. Major tech employers like Google, Amazon and Microsoft are making workers stay home in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and protect employee health. Remote IT workers can be more productive and engaged than […]

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How To Avoid These Common Interview Mistakes

You’ve landed an interview for an exciting new role, congratulations!  Now comes the real work — preparing for the big day. While it’s common to consider all of the things you should do, like ask thoughtful questions, dress appropriately, and check your internet connection if it’s a video interview, you may forget about the things […]

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10 Predictions for Healthcare IT In 2020

The only thing in life that is constant is change. That wisdom from an ancient Greek philosopher (Heraclitus) surely rings true in 2020 for leaders in health IT who face new technological advances that will shape their organizations for years to come.  Analyst group IDC envisions the new decade as one focused on the next […]

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Strategies to Improve Revenue Cycle Operations in 2020

From obtaining and validating patient demographic and insurance information to medical billing and claims submission, Revenue Cycle can be a lengthy and complicated process. Correctly completing each step in the process helps ensure appropriate, timely payment from a payer. But the complexity of Revenue Cycle workflows often confounds speed and accuracy. Getting the process right […]

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Job Haunting: 4 Ways Candidates Scare Hiring Managers

When it comes to scare tactics, ghouls and goblins have nothing on some job seekers. Here at Healthcare IT Leaders, we see many candidates with bewitching resumes who end up spooking prospective employers with their monster-like behavior during the hiring process. So in honor of Halloween, we’ve outlined four nightmarish candidate traits that make hiring […]

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Time Management Methods for Traveling Consultants

If you’re a traveling consultant, you’re already aware that time management is vital when you’re on the road week after week. Along with meeting deadlines and staying productive, traveling consultants have to factor in other obstacles—such as getting enough sleep, flight delays, or navigating an unfamiliar city. Our team of travel experts shared 6 strategies […]

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A Blast From the Past – A Rockin’ Recap of Epic UGM 2019

The 2019 Epic UGM Conference was far out, and we’re here to share our favorite moments from the event and relive all of the excitement! It happened to be Epic’s 40th birthday, and it sure was a dy-no-mite party.  This totally tubular occasion was made possible by our enthusiastic attendees and speakers, who have a […]

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Know Before You Go — Epic UGM 2019 Planning Guide

It’s Epic’s 40th birthday this year, and they’re celebrating with another exciting year of Epic UGM. The conference begins on Monday, August 26th, and concludes on Thursday, August 29th. Just like previous years, the conference is taking place in Verona, Wisconsin at Epic’s campus.  Epic is hosting the event, and executives, directors, clinical staff, and […]

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5 Ways To Actually Disconnect While On Vacation (Infographic)

In this tech-obsessed world, you’re always glued to at least one of your electronic devices. You’re constantly notified of an email, text, call, meeting—the list goes on. Even some fitness trackers now let you know when you’re receiving a phone call. While it’s imperative to stay in the loop during the workweek, you deserve some […]

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6 Keys to Successful Project Management

Mega-projects are increasingly common in healthcare IT as hospitals and health systems implement multi-million dollar and sometimes billion dollar EHRs and other enterprise solutions. Successful projects are more common than failures, but when a large-scale initiative truly goes off the rails, there are considerable costs—human and financial—that can stagger an organization for years. The Project […]

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