A Look at Health Care Professions


One of the strongest areas of job growth in our economy is in health professions. The many different careers associated with taking care of our sick and injured, as well as working in preventive care, present many opportunities to someone who is thinking about a new career.

Interested In A Career In Health Care?

Ms. Career Girl

The post Interested In A Career In Health Care? This week our columnist Kelly Christiansen invites guest writer Dr. Ryan Baker to offer inside insights on careers within the health care industry. . A (very) basic breakdown could like: Allied Health.

Managing Health Care Costs: 5 Best Practices

Evil HR Lady

Skyrocketing health care costs are in the news every night, and for business owners below the enterprise level, it might seem impossible to keep your costs reasonable while juggling all the other tasks on your plate.

Keep Health Care Costs Down Regardless of Looming Legislation

Evil HR Lady

More than half of small business owners identified health care costs as a “critical issue,” according to a report from the NFIB Research Foundation. And business owners are in an uneasy state because health laws could change at any time. Is there anything you can do to help keep health care costs under control, regardless of what goes down in Washington, D.C.? The post Keep Health Care Costs Down Regardless of Looming Legislation appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

3 Ways to Monitor Your Health Care Costs

Evil HR Lady

However, you didn’t realize how much of your time would be spent dealing with health care costs. With an uncertain future of health care, what can you do to keep your costs under control and have a great team? Here are three ideas: To keep reading, click here: 3 Ways to Monitor Your Health Care Costs. The post 3 Ways to Monitor Your Health Care Costs appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

Budgeting for Health Care: 4 Tips for Success

Evil HR Lady

Budget season is upon us, and one of the top concerns of any business is budgeting for health care. With health care costs expected to increase by 6.5 How can you still provide quality health care for your employees without breaking your own budget? Remember, the Affordable Care Act limits the amount you can charge employees, but it doesn’t prohibit you from taking on additional burden.

5 Jobs In Health Care That Don’t Require A Medical Degree

Career Alley

That doesn’t mean a career in health care is out of reach, though. There are hundreds of different jobs available in care that don’t require […]. Many of us would love an opportunity to work as a doctor, surgeon or nurse. The trouble is, medical school requires and exemplary academic record and a huge financial investment! Medical Industry Medical Careers Medical Field

4 Great Health Care Careers for Single Mothers

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However, health technologists and technicians can earn nearly $40,000 per year. The post 4 Great Health Care Careers for Single Mothers appeared first on Resumebear Online Resume. Employment rates for U.S.

Increasing Your Qualifications And Opportunites As A Healthcare Professional

Career Alley

Discover Career Opportunities Health Care Healthcare CareersSometimes in the world of business and trade, all you need is a few years of experience to go from a junior role to a middle management position.

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Changes in Health Care: The Nurse Practitioners is the New Doctor

Ms. Career Girl

The post Changes in Health Care: The Nurse Practitioners is the New Doctor appeared first on Ms. NP’s can either be granted more autonomy while working with a health professional team or be granted the ability to start and head their own private practice.

The Affordable Health Care Act And Small Business

Career Realism

The focus of society today as it relates to business is affordable health care. Small businesses and small business owners need to be able to offer health care to their employees in order to keep valuable employees on staff with them. The Affordable Care Act.

Breaking Into the Health Care Industry

JT & Dale Talk Jobs

& Dale: After many years in the corporate world, I decided to go back to school and get an associate’s degree in health-care administration. Health care is going to be a huge industry, so you’d think they’d be willing to take people who have studied for this field.

This Is What The Ideal Health Professional Looks Like

Career Alley

Are you thinking of moving into the health profession? Perhaps you’re already in the health profession but you want to be sure you’re doing all you can to be the best. Here are a few characteristics you can expect to find in the ideal health professional: Healthy Attitude And Mindset The ideal health professional will […]. Medical Industry Health Care

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Is Your Next Role In Health?

Career Alley

Career Opportunities Health CareWhether you’re stuck for choices, need a change in your life, or want a role, job or career that can fulfill you, you might want to look into a career in the field of healthcare. The world of healthcare offers an abundance of fulfilling and satisfying roles and opportunities, so your background might not matter […].

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Championing Unfortunate Policies


When wrapping up her presentation to the management council, Marjorie, the Director of a continuing care facility, knew that the event had not gone well. Her facility was required to participate in the restructuring of the continuing care system across … Continue reading → Leadership Work Engagement Change leadership Change management Communication Engagement Health Care Resilience

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How Advances in Health Technologies Are Building Careers

Career Alley

The health information management (HIM) profession is recognized as one of the fastest growing occupations in the US health industry, with a growth of almost 50 percent over the last 10 years. Health Information Infrastructure. Health Information Management Professionals.

Avoiding Fault & Dodging Blame: It’s nothing new…


Seems to be a disgusting part of a normal business workflow these days and it runs rampant, sadly and in particular , in health care. But it is not exclusive to health care. or Woman Up!

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Female Buying Power

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Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Home About Archives Write for Us! Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Female Buying Power by Nicole Crimaldi on June 13, 2010 The 90 second video below by she-conomy.com shows that female consumers make a majority of purchasing decisions in comparison to men.

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Transactional vs. Relational: A Conundrum


Do you care? Are you caring in your approach? I used to recruiter every single day for health care manager/director/executive positions. “The Candidate Experience” hmmm.

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The ACA Exchanges Delays


If the employee purchases a qualified health plan through an Exchange, the employee may lose the employer contribution (if any) to any health benefits plan offered by the employer and that all or a portion of such contribution may be excludable from income for Federal income tax purposes.

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Flourishing Careers in Healthcare Industry

Career Alley

With age come health problems and with health problems comes a growing need for professionals who can alleviate these problems. Recession-proof industry: Sickness or injury doesn’t care where we are on the whole economic cycle. Rewarding career: The truth is that not all healthcare jobs are involved in direct patient care. Careers Job Hunting Advice Career advice Career Advisor Health Care Jobs Targeted Job Search Targeted Search

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Employee Engagement: 10 Ways You Can Flourish with Nourishing Work

David Zinger

I don’t care for the term positive psychology, it sounds too much like saccharine and pop psychology. Perhaps you work because you care about patients. Work can make you well – Really! The reading time for this post is 5 minutes and 30 seconds).

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Career and Job Outlook for the Investigative Personality Type

Career Key

In this economy, growth jobs with “liveable&# wages are in technology, health care, and computer science - fields with many jobs matching the Investigative personality. Health Sciences 2.04 Who Cares What a College Degree is Really Worth?

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Job Outlook for Careers Matching the Social Holland Personality Type

Career Key

Monday, November 2, 2009 Job Outlook for Careers Matching the Social Holland Personality Type It’s no surprise that careers matching the Social personality type are growing quickly with our aging population needing health care and our expanding community, education, and family needs.

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Using iPads in Your Industry

Career Realism

Health Care. Climbing the Ladder educationt health care industry ipad online restaurant technology transportationSince the iPad first launched in April 2010, it is estimated that Apple has sold well over 50 million units.

5 Promising Medical Careers You Should Consider Pursuing

Career Alley

As long as people have a need for health care products and services, the industry will always remain a relevant and constantly growing industry. In fact, the health care industry remained strong despite the major crisis that happened during the mid-2000s. Are you looking to start a career in the medical industry? If you are, then you're not alone.

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Quote Of The Day: Change Some Words In This Article So It Applies To Schools & You Have Good Guidance For Teachers

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” You’ll then have some good guidance for teachers: You might also be interested in The Best Articles Highlighting Parallel Critiques Of Increasing School & Health Care “Efficiency.”.

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7 healthcare careers that can grow with you

Cube Rules

Many people assume that careers in health care are rigid and unable to accommodate their growing levels of talent, however, many careers in the health care industry are quite flexible and can grow with you as you acquire more training and expertise.

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Bringing Together Talent


Health care has a never-ending flow of complex problems. In response, health care teams include distinct talent from diverse specialties in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, psychology, … Continue reading → Areas of Worklife Civility Dysfunctional Groups Psychological Resilience Respect Workgroups Worklife Communication Cooperation Interdisciplinary Team resilience Trust

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Job Trends For 2012

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The top three industries are Health Care, Technology and Science. Health care will always be top because The year 2012 will have a diverse mix of jobs available as the year progresses. Of course, things don’t always go according to plan. However, there should be something for every one on the job market this year.

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How to Make a Nurse Leader

Position Ignition

Most people outside the health care industry believe that doctors are the leaders of medical staff, that doctors run health care facilities thanks to their extensive schooling and respected status.

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Insurance for Newborns and Growing Families

Evil HR Lady

Even how employees use health insurance. Here are some considerations to keep in mind as employees recalibrate their health care plan. Maternity Care. Newborns are certainly demanding, but health care plans also need to look out for mom. Private health care plans must cover pregnancy. Having a baby changes everything. No, really it does. Your organization can take steps to help new parents navigate insurance for newborns.

Building a Resilient Team: Respecting Recovery


Our current research is developing and testing strategies to help first line managers in health care to support the social environments of their workgroups more effectively. Our assessments of civility and respect at work found that although many managers are … Continue reading →

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Juggling Priorities as a Management Challenge


A major challenge for first line managers (FLMs) in health care is managing competing demands.

2013 130

Leading Change You Don’t Believe In


The problem in health care is that much of change management boils down to doing more with less. Change management has a better image than it deserves.

2013 130

Manager Burnout The Erosive Power of Insincerity


Our surveys of health care managers show a difference between people who are exhausted and those who are experiencing the full burnout syndrome of exhaustion, cynicism, and discouragement.

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How Health Coverage Changes as Your Company Grows

Evil HR Lady

Health coverage is a difficult and expensive part of any business. You can’t attract good employees without good health care, and the evolving legal landscape means that the required coverage may change. Right now, you’re not required under federal law to pay an employer part of health insurance until you reach 50 full-time equivalent employees, according to the IRS. To keep reading, click here: How Health Coverage Changes as Your Company Grows.

2017 133

5 ACA Compliance Issues for HR Teams to Watch Out For


Whatever your thoughts are about the Affordable Care Act, you can’t deny its tremendous impact on the health care industry and Americans in general. Since its implementation in 2010, 16.9 million people have gained coverage. Despite the 191 amendments presented this year to change the law, the employer mandate is still in place, and it’s […] Source. HR aca compliance

3 Benefits Your Employees Actually Want

Evil HR Lady

Employer benefits used to be straightforward — provide health care, dental care and a retirement plan and you were pretty much done. Of course, solid health insurance and a retirement plan are unlikely to go out of style. But today if you want strong employee retention and the ability to recruit great people, you need to keep up with the times.

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3 Things to Consider When Buying Benefits Technology


Many benefits technology solutions promise to make employees smarter consumers of health care through. It’s easy to get caught up wanting to deliver a sophisticated platform to engage your workforce. Workology is the art and science of work, HR and recruitment. Join the resource revolution. HR benefits HR tech

Engage in Monthly Health Plan Monitoring to Improve Engagement, Costs

Evil HR Lady

When you change your health plan, make sure to engage in health plan monitoring so you learn what works and what doesn’t. Because most health plans run January to January, your employees will sign up at the end of the year. Here’s a calendar of things to look for every month so you’re on top of your health care plans at all times: November. To keep reading, click here: Engage in Monthly Health Plan Monitoring to Improve Engagement, Costs.

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Can I Give My Employees Open Enrollment Advice?

Evil HR Lady

Health care plans sometimes change. Does open enrollment communication to employees often seem to fall on deaf ears? It turns out employees do want open enrollment help. In fact, 55 percent of employees wish their employers would give them advice during open enrollment. But is that something you should do? Is it something you even can do? Why Do Employees Want Advice?

2018 139

Top 5 Employee Benefits Trends of 2018

Evil HR Lady

You can increase your budget for health care plans, increase match rates for retirement plans or add additional benefits such as vision and dental coverage. While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires certain health care benefits be provided, there are more personalized benefits being offered than ever before. The new year has arrived. So, what employee benefits trends can we expect to see in 2018? Here are five that may impact your business. Tax Reform.

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