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Healthcare Hiring is Hot for 2017

No matter the year, or what ups or downs it may see, there are always going to be people who will need healthcare practitioners and professionals of all kinds, from top-of-the-line surgeons to hospital food service staff and everyone in between, to nurse them back to health when they fall ill. Because of this, healthcare is constantly lauded as an industry that is recession-proof, one that remains steady and stable, and heading in to 2017, with a new presidency on the horizon and the scores of uncertainties that come with such a transition, it appears to be living up to this notion. Even while the industry as a whole, and the overhaul it could face once President-elect Trump takes office with his promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, is hotly speculated about, healthcare hiring is still booming.

Working within a multi-disciplinary healthcare team - Arbutus Physiotherapy & Health Centre

I definitely have a passion for helping people reach their health goals and live a pain-free life style. I am also blessed to work with an amazing group of healthcare practitioners all under one roof.

We really ought to have paid sick leave in the U.S.

Most developed countries and many places in the U.S. require paid sick leave, and it turns out to have a lot of unambiguous benefits for businesses as well as sick employees and their coworkers and customers. But somehow a lot of people in the U.S. think it wouldn't work. Yes, some people fake being sick. But it's silly to focus on only one problem and ignore the overall story.

The transformative power of maybe in healthcare -

The transformative power of 'maybe' in healthcare Few industries are more dysfunctional and deviled by complexity than healthcare. While banks learned to

U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow 2016 Conference Recap

Hospital executives and experts convened at the U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow forum in Washington to discuss the industry's future.

The Information Umbrella

A recent Forrester Research report highlighted the security risks of connected healthcare devices and some of the implications of lax policies of manufa...

New Technology Makes your Home Healthcare Devices Obsolete - Ducere Investment Group

Are you one of the many with a relative at home that is currently suffering from a chronic illness and you are gathering information about Home Healthcare Devices?

Strikes and Spares for Healthcare! - People's Health Clinic

The Clinic competed against 7 other local nonprofits, for cash prizes in the July Madness Bowling tournament sponsored by Nuzzles & Co and underwritten by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank on Sunday, July 26 at Jupiter Bowl. Our team members, Tim O’Brien, Jeff Utz, David Williams and Jordan Bernal brought some  pretty “mad” bowling skills to the alley.  Board member and captain, David Williams, led our team to first place.  It was VERY CLOSE -neck and neck with Habitat for Humanity up to the last frame.   Cudos to team member, Jordan, 5 strikes in a row or in bowling parlance a 5 bagger.

Misogyny in Healthcare

It’s my turn to moderate the #HealthXPH tweet chat tonight. The topic I had in mind was telemedicine and the webside manner which Remo suggested when I shared Doctors work on webside manner as telemedicine becomes more popular from on my Facebook wall.

New Tech Tonics Podcast: Speaking Healthcare in Spanish with Abner Mason

The U.S. healthcare system was designed primarily based on our understanding of the biological and social needs of white men. Of course, our current experience tells us that society is far more complex and that the system must recognize and respond to a diversity of gender, culture, language and other biopsychosocial factors to be truly effective.