Ask the Recruiter: 4 Resume Must-Haves

We asked our recruiters to outline resume must-haves that will truly set you apart from other candidates seeking healthcare IT consulting roles. Follow our tips and you’ll leave every recruiter and hiring manager wondering where you’ve been all their lives. Update your resume for each position While IT consultants typically utilize the same skills at […]

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From Developers: The Differences Between Good and Bad Health IT [Infographic]

Just like with any information technology, a simple, clear, intuitive user interface makes all the difference in health IT. Developers and user experience designers, like those who created the infographic below, know from experience which features in new technology help with efficiency. From finding and registering patients to filling prescriptions and discharging patients, the infographic […]

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Epic Certified Builder Roles Available Nationwide [Video]

Epic Certified Builder roles across Stork, ClinDoc, HIM, Orders, Willow, Beacon, Ambulatory and MyChart are available now. In this video, Director of Recruiting Dimple Kochikar explains the what, where and why of these Epic certified roles, which are located in various spots across the country. Dimple also explains our Referral Bonus program, which can earn […]

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Meaningful Use Postponement, Reassessment Are Positive Developments

On May 20, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) allowed providers another year to remain at Stage 1 of Meaningful Use, and the 2011 edition of CEHRT may be used for 2014. In addition, 2017 was confirmed as the start date for Stage 3. For some, unlike the ICD-10 delay, this postponement, confirmation […]

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Meet the Recruiter: Dimple Kochikar

Director of Recruiting Dimple Kochikar has a long history of technology recruiting, spending the past 15 years finding other people jobs – and loving to do it. A native of Bombay (Mumbai), India, Dimple moved to the United States in 1997 and still travels the world as often as she can. Q: How did you […]

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Caffeine

"Coffee + nap = brain reboot" isn't exactly the math we learned in school, but according to findings from the Sleep Research Laboratory at Loughborough University, it's the perfect solution for, say, a working health IT consultant experiencing jet lag or sleep deprivation. If you're exhausted at work (and don't typically have adverse reactions from […]

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How to Build a Successful Relationship With a Recruiter

As a consultant, you want to know about the latest, best jobs to match your skill set, and our recruiters want to fill those jobs as quickly as possible with great candidates. So our Consultant Advisor Lindsey Gray offers three tips in the video below on how you can build a successful relationship with a […]

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Most IT Contractors Earn $100K or More

For the third year in a row, IT contractors report annual pay of $100,000 or more. According to a Dice survey, 54% of contractors earned at least $100K in 2013, up from 51% the previous year and 50% in 2011. Salary data for all IT professionals (contractors and full-time employees combined) show 35% earned six figure […]

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Advice From a HIT Man: Take the Meaningful Use Cannoli

In "The Godfather," the character Peter Clemenza reminds us that even in violent, turbulent times, something sweet can be salvaged. As we all assess and improvise after the ICD-10 delay, we can’t ignore the cannoli. Meaningful Use Stage 2 and the ICD-10 adoption were aligned to create “the perfect storm.” They are now offset by a […]

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Boost Your Career With Epic Certifications in These Related Modules

So you’re already Epic certified in one software module, and you’re staying relevant in your current role. But if you want to boost your job-hunting prowess and become a more marketable consultant for future employers, consider receiving Epic training in a module related to one you already know. To become Epic certified in an additional […]

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The Mourning After: Assessing the Fallout From the ICD-10 Delay

In the wake of last month’s abrupt and unexpected ICD-10 delay, powerful healthcare groups remain at odds over what happened -- and what comes next. The American Medical Association (AMA), ostensibly the voice of the physician, opposes the ICD-10 mandate in its entirety.  Doctors see significant costs and practice burdens associated with the coding update […]

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Meet the Recruiter: Taylor Santos

For Consultant Advisor Taylor Santos, football is life. As a child, football was a constant that helped him stay focused, and he was a four-year defensive end starter at Worcester State University. After that, he coached football camps in the Boston area and continues to watch the Patriots and the Chiefs play as often as possible […]

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