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Honoring Hospitalists, Our Innovative Physicians

In 1996, the term “hospitalist,” defined as an inpatient physician who coordinates care for hospitalized patients, appeared for the first time in the New England Journal of Medicine. Since then, hospitalist has swiftly become the fastest-growing medical specialty, and hospitalists have made significant contributions to the everchanging healthcare landscape.

Springfield, Massachusetts

Your Next Opportunity is in The City of Firsts

In addition to affordable, beautiful Victorian architecture and excellent school systems, Springfield, MA houses plenty of current medical innovation, making it a wonderful place for providers to both practice medicine and settle down. Below, we’ve compiled a list of Springfield’s best restaurants and attractions, and hope you check them out when you explore current opportunities for permanent placement.

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York, Maine: Your Next Placement

York is outlined by Maine’s beautiful coastline and peppered with quaint shops and an array of restaurants. The close-knit community has a rich history and hums with activity throughout the summer. In addition to the area’s various attractions, there are current opportunities for permanent placement at York Hospital, promising a wonderful future for healthcare providers.

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4 Ways Texting Could Help Your Facility

Harnessing the power of texting could improve patient experience at your facility for time-consuming scheduling and even more robust communication, such as questions about side effects. For more sensitive information, hospitals can consult with external sources to design and implement secure services, ensuring compliance with HIPPA and seamless integration with their EMR system. Although there are regulations for operating this type of patient interaction, the benefits are well worth exploring. Read on to discover four advantages of communicating with patients via text:

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5 Steps to Improve Your Bedside Manner

The way providers interact and communicate with their patients is important. When patients are dealing with their health, they are looking for respect and want to receive optimal care. Additionally, how providers act and treat their patients could impact their practice and either help or hurt their reputation.

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Next Stop, Nashua

Surrounded by pedestrian-oriented neighborhoods and close to plenty of adventure, Nashua is your all-access pass to New England! In addition to a lively, historic downtown and tax-free shopping, the second-largest city in New Hampshire also promises opportunities for permanent placement at Southern NH Medical Center. This is the perfect location for healthcare professionals to put down roots.

Healthcare leadership

The Top 3 ‘Don’ts’ of Healthcare Leadership

Running a hospital or health system comes with a great deal of responsibility and considerable challenges. Although there is an abundance of advice available for healthcare leaders in running their organizations, sometimes it’s more important to talk about what not to do. To create an environment in which providers can successfully practice, here are a few behaviors to avoid:

9 Notable Reads for the Healthcare Executive

Some books are purchased with the best intentions but remain unopened, collecting dust on the highest corner of the bookshelf. Others—like the ones listed below—offer valuable and practical insights, problem-solving tools, and unlimited inspiration for healthcare executives.

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Could Oneida be Your Next Move?

Surrounded by the famous Finger Lakes and majestic Adirondack Mountains, central New York is a healthcare professional’s dream come true. Keep reading to discover why you should consider settling in Oneida, NY, and explore current opportunities for permanent placement through Oneida Healthcare.

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7 Keys to Creating a Successful Partnership between Physicians and Non-Physician Providers

The number of non-physician providers (NPPs) practicing within hospitals has increased dramatically, especially in hospitalist programs. This is largely due to the increased demand for streamlined inpatient medical care and an inadequate supply of physicians. Additionally, the cost of hiring NPPs is a fraction of the cost of hiring physicians, adding incentive for programs to embrace the practice.