Ready to Advance Your Healthcare Career? Build a Relationship With Your Boss

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While class divides are, for the most part, a thing of the past, there is still one area of life with a distinct separation between those who lead and those who are led: business. Is there value in trying to break through that barrier and build a personal relationship with your boss? If you’re looking Read More

Understanding Confidentiality and Medical Records at Your Health Center

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Healthcare professionals have always had an ethical duty to respect the privacy of their clients. For several decades, this ethical rule has been enforced in the United States by the federal government, chiefly by HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). The consequences of violating HIPAA’s mandates go far beyond a breach of trust Read More

Looking for Great Leadership? Ask These 4 Interview Questions

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When hiring executive staff for your health center, there’s no room for mistakes. On average, this process will consume months of your time and thousands of dollars. If you want to be certain all this hard work pays off, you’ll need to be well prepared with the right interview questions. Tough Interview Questions for Healthcare Read More

How Teamwork Makes the Dream Work at Your Health Center

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With the pro football season kicking off, much of the country is on edge to learn who will come out as this year’s champion. Though you’ll rarely see tens of thousands of people cheering a business on, the same primary ingredient that signals success in sports is key in healthcare: Teamwork. If you can build Read More

6 Benefits to Look for Before Accepting a Job at an FQHC

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If you’re considering taking a leadership position at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), you’ll be taking on one of the most important roles in the U.S.’s healthcare system. Without community health centers, millions of Americans would be without basic healthcare. Regardless, the decision to accept a position or not depends primarily on whether the Read More

What Are Chief Medical Officers Looking for in a Job Offer?

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As liaisons between medical and executive staff, chief medical officers (CMOs) fill one of the most important roles at any healthcare facility. Far from simply managing patient care, the CMO is responsible for coordinating and resolving complex medical, legal, and staffing issues. Regardless of your facility’s size, this is a role that can only be Read More

How to Become an Impact Player at Your FQHC

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Though teamwork is at the foundation of every successful business, leadership and vision come from a singular source. When entire markets have been controlled by a few big-name billionaires – Jobs, Bezos, Musk – it becomes clear that one mind can leave a lasting mark on a company. How can you turn yourself into an Read More

The Influence of Unconscious Bias in Health Care

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Since the founding of medicine as a science, patient well-being has been the chief concern. As communities become increasingly diverse, however, medical professionals are forced to ask themselves whether their assumptions and established procedures are still relevant to their communities. Just how much does unconscious bias affect your performance? The Basis for Bias – What Read More

CHI Expo in Orlando – Booth 325

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Once again we will have some of our UHC Solutions team members at Booth #325.  We enjoy this time meeting with our many FQHC friends and clients across the nation.  People tell us, “you always have great little give aways and thank us for participating in NACHCopoly.” There is a lot of demand for our Read More

How Blockchain Will Affect Healthcare

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The public story of blockchain technology is one of extremes, of fortunes earned (and sometimes lost) practically overnight. The field is so lucrative, its leaders earned their own special category on Fortune’s prestigious “40 under 40” list, yet so unfamiliar that most people struggle to understand the basics. In fact, though the technology is most Read More

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