Have you ever wondered what employers look at with respect to searching a candidate and seeking the "best fit" for a given role? The answer often leads to discussion of two of the hottest social media exchanges utilized for career searches, LinkedIn and Facebook. Here are some recommendations to keep in mind for both networks. MORE

Get the PhysBizTech weekly email newsletter. Subscribe today!

Professional Development

  • News
  • How-To
  • Resources
  • Blogs
  • Press Releases
Narrow by Topic:
Consumers face barriers to healthcare price data before care January 04, 2012 | Mary Mosquera - Contributing Editor
The veil over healthcare price transparency is becoming more critical as consumers are responsible for a growing proportion of their healthcare costs. Healthcare price information that is available before consumers receive care could help them anticipate and better handle these costs, according to a federal auditor’s report.
Commentary: The effects of sequestration on health IT January 04, 2012 | Dave Roberts - HIMSS
For my last article, I shared with you that I have been developing a new professional relationship with my podiatrist. Unfortunately, I had to go back to see him for a shot to my right foot to try to control the severe pain I have been experiencing for about six months.
Commentary: Developing REC MUVers January 04, 2012 | David Groves - MBA, Executive director, Tri-State Regional Extension Center HealthBridge
I learned many years ago the power of setting goals for a team and letting that goal empower people to creatively and collectively overcome barriers to achieving a bold objective. Leading a Regional Extension Center (REC) seemed an ideal place to put that power to work. Once again it proved successful.
Docs need training in cost awareness January 04, 2012 | Stephanie Bouchard - Associate Editor
Healthcare costs are in a constant state of expansion yet physicians do not understand how much the care they recommend costs and they are not getting the training they should have so that they will understand those costs and what they can do to responsibly contain them, said Steve Weinberger, MD, executive vice president and CEO of the American College of Physicians, in an opinion piece published in September in the ACP’s Annals of Internal Medicine.
Americans want bigger government providing more healthcare services January 04, 2012 | Stephanie Bouchard - Associate Editor
Americans are fed up with big government and want to downsize. That's been the gist of news headlines for some time now. However, a poll by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Harvard School of Public Health puts the kibosh on that popular notion.
New data shows Medicare spending on imaging declines January 04, 2012 | Bernie Monegain - Editor
An analysis by the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) finds that Medicare spending on medical imaging continues to decline, and that Medicare patients are receiving fewer imaging procedures.
Studies show uptick in doc social media use January 04, 2012 | Molly Merrill - Associate Editor
Two separate studies, released within weeks of one another, point to the fact that physicians are entering the online space professionally.
iCatching January 03, 2012 | Mike Miliard - Managing Editor
At the launch of the iPhone 4S, new Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that, "80 percent of the top hospitals in the U.S. are now testing or piloting the iPad." That's a good thing, because a fast-increasing number of medical schools are doing the same. The iPad, it seems, is becoming as ubiquitous as the stethoscope.

Pages

No results found

Pages

No results found

No results found

Pages

No results found

Pages