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Could Social Media Help You Attract Better Workers?

Most Americans engage on social media platforms in one way or another. Whether it’s posting pictures for friends to see on Instagram or updating the family on Facebook, social media is a big part of modern daily life. But many healthcare companies have yet to use the technology for recruiting and hiring purposes, which is… Read more »

Don’t Feel Challenged At Work? Here’s What to Do

Some people may feel that “being bored at work” is a luxury. After all, folks who engage in strenuous manual labor on a daily basis often that they’re too busy to be bored! But healthcare workers who don’t feel challenged do have a legitimate complaint. It’s perfectly normal for employees to want to feel like… Read more »

2019 Healthcare Trend: Digital Innovation is Changing how Patients Get Treated

With the rapid pace of technological innovation, it seems that digital solutions are affecting every aspect of modern life from music streaming to communication platforms. Well, the healthcare ecosystem has also been influenced by these changes. The good news is that digital advancements in medicine are proving helpful in improving the quality of care and… Read more »

Are You Thinking of a Career as an EVS Tech? Here’s What You Need to Know About Daily Duties and Job Expectations

Working as an EVS tech can be a great career for people seeking job security and physically engaging employment. While some people think working a desk job is ideal, others find the idea boring. The truth is everyone has a unique personality, and folks who enjoy hands-on work may find an EVS tech job ideal!… Read more »

Are Your Healthcare Workers Smiling While on the Job? (5 Important Nonverbal Cues that Reveal Employees’ True Feelings)

Anyone who’s ever watched a television program on body language has probably been impressed by the expert’s ability to interpret a subject’s feelings based on purely nonverbal cues. These shows famously post-game presidential debates and political speeches. And the analysis inevitably leads to speculation based on seemingly random behavior. However, the truth is body language… Read more »

Do You Feel Well-Rested During Your Day? (Use This Cheat-Sheet to Grade Your Sleep Habits)

Sleep and restfulness are hot topics in today’s busy world of work, family and endless electronic stimulation. It seems people are being told they need more sleep right at a time when life is actually getting busier. So, how much sleep to people actually need, and what can be done to improve sleep habits? Here’s… Read more »

2019 Healthcare Trend: Remote Patient Monitoring (Why “Virtual Care” Solutions Are on the Rise)

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) or “virtual care” is a hot topic these days among healthcare leaders. Once considered theoretical more than practical, RPM now dominates the landscape thanks to technological advances, improved application and CMS incentives. It’s no longer a luxury but a necessity for many hospitals, clinical practices and health plans. Here are three… Read more »

Sometimes it Pays to Be Memorable (Why It’s Important for Nurses and Healthcare Workers to Stand Out in Job Interviews)

We live in a world of people seeking attention. From ridiculous YouTube “challenges” to endless photo sharing on Instagram, society seems obsessed with standing-out. Those of us who are more humble may want to push back against the trend of self promotion. However, that’s a mistake when it comes to your nurse or healthcare job… Read more »

Workplace Diversity Requires Active Measures (5 Ways to Get There)

Most healthcare companies today are concerned about facilitating a diverse workplace. While promoting awareness and education is great, it takes more substantive efforts to achieve the goal. Targeted operational directives must be implemented in order to make a real difference. Here are five actionable ways any healthcare organization can prioritize diversity in ways that make… Read more »

Healthcare Professionals Aren’t Always Well-Rested (7 Helpful Tips for Managing Sleep Deprivation at Work)

Most nurses and medical professionals are concerned about their sleep quality given the demands of working in healthcare. Many focus on sleep hygiene and dedicating enough hours every night for sufficient rest. However, even the most diligent professionals sometimes find these efforts aren’t enough to completely prevent sleep deprivation. Here are seven helpful tips to… Read more »