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The Leading Online Career Site

January 29, 2007

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Bringing people together. Advancing lives. Those aren’t empty slogans at Monster. Over time, the name has changed but the mission and vision remain strong. For the past five years, Monster has dominated the online recruitment space, becoming one of the top 20 most-visited sites on the Web and enjoying 90 percent brand awareness among job […]

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Critical Healthcare Applications Call for Critical Printing Support

January 29, 2007

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TallyGenicom’s wide range of laser and impact printers offer reliable, low-cost output for the most demanding and time-sensitive healthcare applications. Print a variety of forms, invoices, labels and reports for the emergency room, nurse’s station, pharmacy, admitting office, MIS Department and more. Laser Printers From nurses’ stations and emergency rooms to the pharmacy and admitting […]

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CASE STUDY: The Role of Enterprise Staffing and Scheduling in Quality Assurance

January 29, 2007

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Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston, Texas, includes 10 acute care hospitals with more than 3,000 licensed beds. The medical staff totals more than 5,300 physicians, and the system’s workforce consists of 18,000 employees. Like all large health systems across the country, Memorial Hermann faces the challenge of finding creative solutions to the cost and […]

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CASE STUDY: Hawthorn Medical

January 29, 2007

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Security Challenge Hawthorn Medical uses a Longitudinal Medical Record (LMR) application to enter patient data into its hosted Medical Records System (MRS). Physicians and medical assistants use multiple passwords to gain access to confidential patient data and scheduling on the MRS. The need to remember various passwords was time intensive and cumbersome resulting in weak […]

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Hospitals Rely on RES-Q to Manage Their Most Valuable Resources

January 29, 2007

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Skilled professionals are every hospital’s most valuable resource, and labor costs generally represent more than half of a hospital’s total operating expenses. Ineffective management of labor intensifies the fundamental problems that hospitals confront today. Consider the nursing shortage. Mandatory overtime for nurses is often a necessity. However, overtime is expensive, and excessive overtime can weaken […]

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Q&A With Michael Meisel

January 29, 2007

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Healthcare Technology: When you got started, what features and functions did users, especially in hospital settings, look for in scheduling systems? What were the main business problems they were trying to solve? Michael Meisel: During the 1980s, hospitals – nursing departments in particular – were just beginning to assess how computers might help them effectively […]

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Business Process Outsourcing Goes Mission-Critical

January 29, 2007

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Healthcare providers know that accomplishing their missions in a competitive marketplace means concentrating their talent and experience on what they do best – delivering high-quality patient care. Healthcare providers, like businesses in other industries, increasingly are off-loading noncore support functions and business processes to vendors who can perform them better, faster and cheaper. Outsourced business […]

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Q&A With Greta Sherman

January 29, 2007

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Healthcare Technology: Monster.com is fond of asking, “Are you in control of your hiring?” What does that mean exactly? Greta Sherman: When you’re looking at the healthcare space, it’s very important that you don’t simply react. You need to look at the history of your hiring needs, understand your hiring trends and then articulate what […]

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