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3 Reasons Why Our Locum Tenens Providers are the Best

Working with temporary or locum tenens providers can seem scary at first. You’re dealing with someone that needs to jump into your hospital and pick up where you left off. You need them to be a good culture fit. After all, they will be working with a team that has likely been working together for years. And lastly, you need to trust that they will keep your mission and reputation of providing the best possible patient care their first priority. That might seem like a lot, but Locum Tenens providers are masters at adapting quickly and filling in during a crucial time for a hospital. Your decision to choose a […]

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Drug Prices Still a Major Area of Concern for Healthcare Leaders

Drug Prices Still a Major Concern for Healthcare Leaders

Rising drug costs and pharmaceutical management remain a top concern for health system leaders, according to a new survey.   Premier, Inc.’s spring Economic Outlook Survey polled 91 people representing a variety of roles in U.S. health systems, including physicians, C-suite members, financial, supply chain and management professionals.   Almost every respondent agreed that pharmaceutical price increases post a significant challenge to their operations. In addition, more than 90% said they would likely experience continued drug shortages over the next three years.   Drug prices and shortages have consistently ranked among the biggest issues facing health systems over the past two years of surveys, according to a Premier press release. […]

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The Worst Things That you Can Say in a Job Interview

The Worst Things You Can Say in a Job Interview

There are some obvious things not to do during a job interview. Don’t show up late wearing ripped jeans, bash your old boss or tell crude jokes. Those are pretty clear cut while some are a little less obvious.   CEO/founder of Human Workplace, Liz Ryan, writes that it’s just as bad to go to a job interview and grovel and beg for a job as it is to show up unprepared or wearing wrinkled dirty clothes.   The five worst things you can say in a job interview according to Ryan are merely five different ways of begging for the job and in the process showing the interviewer that […]

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Your Summer Reading List: Top Leadership Books of 2017

Your Summer Reading List: Top Leadership Books of 2017

Not everyone’s a natural-born leader, but it’s an invaluable skill that can be learned over time.   Finding the balance between being a challenging and encouraging leader isn’t easy.  Fortunately, there are a ton of books full of insightful leadership and management advice to help fine-tune those skills.   Here’s a look at Amazon’s top 5 leadership books of 2017 so far.   “The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results” by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. Our tendency to multitask in order to get more done maybe slowing us down. Authors Gary Keller and Jay Papasan argue that focusing on one objective at a time will boost […]

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3 Simple Motivation Hacks to Start Using Today

3 Simple Motivation Hacks to Start Using Today

One minute you’re killing it like a boss and the next you’re ready to wave a white flag on the day before lunch. Try these simple motivation hacks to give yourself a boost when you’re not on your A-game. Write a letter from your future self Try reverse engineering your goals. Instead of jotting down what you’re going to do. Try writing a letter from “the future” describing your accomplishments in the past tense. This can be a powerful way to stay motivated. For example, instead of saying, “I want to be the in three years,” you would write a note that’s dated in 2020 and say, “I’m the and […]

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