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Reduce Patient Wait Times with These Scheduling Tips

One of the biggest concerns for any manager of a healthcare practice, clinic, or hospital is patient wait times. When patients feel they aren’t a priority, that scheduling has caused them to lose much of their day, or that they can’t get the care they need when they need it, it affects your ability to… Read more »

How To Position Yourself When Changing Careers In Healthcare

There are so many reasons you may want to consider changing your career in healthcare. Maybe you’re no longer fulfilled by what you’re doing, or you want something with more stability or increased flexibility. There are many paths you can take, within the healthcare industry using the skills and experience you already have. If you… Read more »

Certified Medical Assistant Duties

What do certified medical assistants do in their career, and what sets them apart from other medical staff? If you’re hiring for CMAs or considering a career transition of your own, there are a few things you should know about the duties, skills required, and how CMAs obtain a certification. Qualifications The first step to… Read more »

What Does it Take to Become an LVN or LPN and What are the Job Prospects?

There are so many specializations when it comes to nursing, along with a lot of acronyms. So when you see abbreviations like LVN and LPN, what do you need to know? What are the differences, how do you become qualified, and what are the job prospects? Before you dive deeply into your research, check out… Read more »

Registered Nurse ASN vs BSN

Before you decide about your nursing career, you’re going to come to a fork in the road. On one side is becoming a registered nurse with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing, and the other is to continue for a Bachelor’s Degree in nursing. The outcome seems the same. In both cases, you’ll be a registered… Read more »

Protecting Nurses (and Patients) When Lifting

Did you know that the most significant risk to your nursing staff is back injury? While there are plenty of hazards in an average nursing job, a back injury has become the most prevalent due to the physical nature of the job. Most commonly, this is caused by lifting patients through the course of their… Read more »

Why PRN Shifts are a Good Idea to Earn Extra Cash, Especially Around the Holidays

Have you considered taking PRN shifts in your nursing or radiology technician position? PRN stands in for the Latin term “pro re nata” which, in general, translates to “as needed.” As you know, the medical industry always needs professionals, especially in high demand roles for nurses and techs, so picking up a few PRN shifts… Read more »

3 Important Questions to Ask When Hiring a Nurse

Interviewing is as much a science as it is an art. There are certain questions you should be asking every candidate to make sure they’re checking the right boxes for your open position. Hiring nurses needs to be about their fit within your current team, their skills, and their interest level in the job. What… Read more »

How to Ease the Job Searching Process

Job searching can be challenging. In fact, that might be an understatement. If you’ve been in the market for a while, it may be discouraging and frustrating. What can you do to ease and improve the process? It’s always a good idea to take a step back from something you’ve been doing for a while.… Read more »

Ways to Attract New Candidates To Your Facility

Are you getting the top talent in Dallas to apply for nursing positions with your facility? What are nurses looking for in employers and in job incentives that will make them not only apply but also stick around? Before you hire your next nurse, consider the ways you can attract new talent to your facility… Read more »