Before crossing over into 2018, we’re going to take one more look back at the year that was—and the blog content that you liked the most.
Our “Best of” list includes a round-up of other lists—like the top health CIOs on Twitter and the best hospitals to work for in Health IT. Other content you favored skewed toward job-seeking tips and almost anything about Epic.
All of us at Healthcare IT Leaders wish you a happy and prosperous New Year, and we hope you enjoy these posts that were most clicked, read and shared by our readers in 2017.
Training directors look at a lot of trainer resumes. Here are our top tips for making yours rise to the top of the pile.
Epic consultants must comply with new CEE requirements—issued near the end of 2016—to maintain certifications, proficiencies, and badges. Our post explains what you need to know.
A love for teaching and hands-on experience in classroom situations are a few of the skills to look for when hiring trainers. Our VP of Training and Activation shares her advice for hiring managers.
First-time consultants have a lot to learn about life on the road. So we asked one of our best to share some pointers. Her helpful advice for new consultants is one of our most popular posts.
You wouldn’t intentionally sabotage your chances of getting a new gig, but some behaviors may make it hard for hiring managers to say ‘yes.’ We explain why some jobs don’t go your way and how to improve your odds for future success.
You may be more familiar with Blockchain as the concept behind popular Cryptocurrencies, but it has health IT applications as well. Our reading list gives you the 4-1-1 on Blockchain for healthcare.
How well did prognosticators do in predicting the top trends for 2017? Take a look back at these predictions for Health IT and see how they did.
Twitter enjoyed a rise in popularity in 2017, but some healthcare leaders have been reluctant to embrace the social media platform. We found 10 health IT CIOs who are tweeting—and worth following.
If you’re thinking about changing jobs in 2018, this round-up of top IT departments at U.S. hospitals and health systems is worth a look.
Clinicians are a busy group with special training needs. We offer expert tips for success (as well as a few pitfalls to avoid) when planning EHR training for providers.