Is Wearable Technology Impacting The Healthcare Industry?

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Wearable technologies from Fitbits to FDA-approved remote monitoring devices are the latest technology disruptors to hit the healthcare industry. These tools have been helping doctors learn more about their patients’ exercise habits, as well as positively impacting their efforts to track how patients are healing – even when they are at home. Whether it’s remote Read More

Career Advice From The Nation’s Top CEO and Executives is Relevant for FQHC leaders

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Sometimes the best advice comes from people who have been there. For both junior and seasoned healthcare managers, receiving free advice from a top corporate executive could be money in the bank in terms of their career. Asking a friend or family member for advice if they haven’t “lived it” means all they’re doing is Read More

FQHC’s Fill An Important Niche in America’s Healthcare

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A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serves an important niche in rural and urban settings. These facilities are focused on providing care to the most vulnerable populations in our nation. These organizations provide needed healthcare and social services to underserved populations and follow rigorous standards in order to receive funds from the U.S. Human Resources Read More

3 Ways to Convince Top Healthcare Executives to Relocate

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Unless the healthcare executive is willing and ready to relocate, convincing them to move for a new job is one of the toughest tasks any HR manager or recruiter will ever undertake. It can be an uphill battle with many forces conspiring against your success, including the fact that almost 90 percent of Americans have Read More

How to Recruit Passive Healthcare Candidates

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It’s getting harder to find healthcare workers. CNN Business reports that 2.3 million new skilled healthcare workers must come on board by 2025 to keep up with demand. The pressures of an aging population require the healthcare community step up to find more talent. But Managed Care Magazine reports the need for lower-skilled workers will Read More

The Top Healthcare Conferences to Boost Your Medical Career

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Attending medical conferences could be a full-time job. That’s because there are hundreds of training conferences designed to boost your knowledge and keep you on top of the latest changes in the field. From state-specific medical associations and role-specific training to regional gatherings to large national and international conferences, it seems there is literally something Read More

5 FQHC Regulations You Need to Be in Compliance With

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Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) play an important role in healthcare. These facilities provide preventive and primary care to medically underserved low-income populations, offering an important safety net for more than 28 million people every year. For 50 years, FQHCs have been trying to improve the lives of our nation’s urban and rural poor. Because Read More

The Year in Review: What Your Health Center Should Leave Behind in 2019

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The new year is as much about looking back as looking forward, and reviewing how the last year went is the best way to prepare for what is coming up. Are there parts of your facility’s strategy that should be left in the past? Use these tips to evaluate your health center’s plans for 2019. Read More

4 Tips for Healthcare Recruiting in a Low Unemployment Market

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With unemployment rates projected to drop even further in 2019, the market is likely to favor job seekers for some time. Since low unemployment means fewer candidates for you to choose from, you’ll need to rethink your strategy if you want to attract some quality talent to your facility – especially in a market as Read More

The Ever-Changing Role of the Chief Dental Officer

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At community health centers, it’s often necessary for your team members to take on roles that might traditionally be outside the scope of their normal duties. For every member of your leadership team to succeed in their positions, they will need to cultivate qualities that are beyond their standard roles. When hiring a Chief Dental Read More

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