Unless you work in the information technology (IT) department of your organization, making technology decisions is not something you do every day. The options can seem daunting and the information overwhelming, but making well-informed — or ill-informed — IT decisions can have a significant impact in your healthcare organization. So for those of us who
2015 was memorable year for healthcare talent management professionals everywhere — we’ve seen health systems consolidate, patients evolve into consumers, medical records go digital, ICD-9 (finally) flip to ten, the cost of care become transparent, and the focus on population health move to the forefront.
Earlier this month, KLAS Research released the “Talent Management 2015” report, their first report on talent management (TM) software providers in years, and the only independent research report on talent management in healthcare. KLAS has a unique approach to research, using healthcare provider survey and commentary almost exclusively, rather than the traditional “expert opinion” approach that
To gain a better understanding of how healthcare industry changes have affected talent management practices, HealthcareSource and the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) issued the 2015 Healthcare Workforce Executive Insights Survey.
Each year at Talent Symposium — The Annual HealthcareSource User Conference, attendees get a sneak peek into life at the HealthcareSource offices. Not only do Talent Symposium attendees get to meet the people behind the products while at the conference, but they also get a glimpse at “a day in the life” of how the HealthcareSource team works
Today, I join HealthcareSource as President and CEO. For the past 25 years I have been associated with healthcare information technology from many different aspects. Over that time, changes in the healthcare industry, technology, and science have been immeasurable. One thing that has crystallized in my mind is that the talent of an organization is the
After multiple delays and months upon months of uncertainty, the healthcare industry is (finally) making the move to ICD-10 tomorrow, October 1. With the government mandated-deadline looming, hospital administrators and employees are without a doubt feeling all the feels, — relief, anxiety, anticipation, because ready or not, ICD-10 is only a day away. So while you’re
Finding — and keeping — top talent is challenging in today’s competitive job market, and the healthcare industry is no exception. Strong marketing and social media campaigns that express your organization’s culture and mission can make recruiting and retaining talent a lot easier. As your brand becomes stronger and more recognizable, potential employees (and even customers)
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away there was a *magical* healthcare organization with hiring managers who LOVED to interview candidates for open positions. They would arise each morning to the song of bluebirds and imagine what excitement each new applicant would bring. Their excitement was driven by their love of structure and consistency
This past year, our annual user conference — Talent Symposium, kicked-off with an eye-opening keynote address from our CEO Peter Segall on the future of healthcare. In his presentation, Peter encouraged industry leaders to embrace the future of the country’s healthcare system by discussing the major forces of change impacting healthcare such as the consumerization of medicine, technology