Elizabeth Enochs

About Elizabeth Enochs

Elizabeth Enochs is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor from a small town in Missouri that you've probably never heard of. Before she became a feature's writer for Bustle, she paid the bills by working in an outpatient dialysis clinic with tough nurses and brave patients. Elizabeth is scared of Tinder, addicted to coffee, in love with travel, and watches way too much TV. In addition to the HealthcareSource Blog, her work has been featured on sites like HelloGiggles, Thought Catalog, HuffPost Women, Flurtmag.com and a few others.

When you look at the top people in a given industry, you’ll find that many of them once worked for the same leader. Research into the practices of these “superbosses” uncovered similarities in their talent management strategies. Here are four habits of superbosses that healthcare leaders can adopt to improve their own ability to recruit and retain the best of the best.

About six months ago, after juggling multiple freelance writing gigs with an administrative job in a dialysis clinic, I left the healthcare field to begin writing full-time. Though I was leaving my clinic job for a great reason, I realized that saying goodbye to my co-workers and our patients was going to be difficult for

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Before I started working in healthcare I’d always felt very strongly that I never wanted to work in healthcare. Please don’t misunderstand me, I’ve always had a great amount of respect for the field and those who work in it. My mother is an R.N., my sister is an R.N., and my grandmother was a nurse

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If you don’t know the name Olivia Pope, or have never seen the show Scandal, let me just tell you that you are wasting your time on Thursday nights. For those of you who are not on the Scandal bandwagon, it’s the immensely popular ABC hit drama which chronicles the highly stressful life of Washington’s most impressive

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As a woman in the workforce, I find the persistence of wage inequality in this country deeply troubling. It is simply unacceptable that the average American woman makes 77 cents to her male coworker’s dollar — and that’s just the average. There are states where women take home as low as 66 percent of what men do for the

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If you’re anything like me, then when you’re not working you’re probably watching Netflix or Hulu. Who doesn’t love TV? Plus, it’s a simple fact that working in healthcare can be a bit stressful, but I’ve found one of the best ways to unwind after a long day in the medical field is by kicking

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Guest blogger and healthcare professional Elizabeth Enochs shares what she wishes everyone would understand about what it’s like to work in the healthcare industry. We hope you find this article relatable and encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments below.  As an English major and an avid writer I never expected to — or remotely wanted to — work in

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