Walk in Your Job Candidate’s Shoes to See Their Experience

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When job candidates walk in for interviews, they feel like the spotlight is on them and like everyone is assessing them. However, there are two sides to that: the candidate is assessing at the same time. What is the candidate’s experience during the interview process? First Impressions What is the candidate’s first impression? It’s a… Read more »

Become Our Employee of the Month!

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365 Healthcare Staffing wants to hear from its employees at all of their job placements. To do that, we are asking for one small favor. Send us a photo from your placement (make sure you are HIPPA compliant!)  that goes along with the theme of the month: September – Football October – Halloween November –… Read more »

Customer Service in Healthcare – It’s More Important Than You Think

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Customer service can make or break an experience. What about when the customer is a patient, who may be scared, worried, confused, or overwhelmed? In that case, customer service may be even more important than ever. Patient Satisfaction Patient satisfaction is at the core of patient-centered medicine. Improved patient satisfaction not only leads to an… Read more »

How Is Remote Patient Monitoring Improving Follow Up?

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When a patient is in the hospital or at the doctor’s office, it’s easy to monitor that patient, but what happens when the patient goes home? Healthcare providers yearned for the day when they could access that information. The future is here: Remote patient monitoring makes it possible to keep track of how a patient… Read more »

What Should You Ask Before the Job Interview?

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It’s exciting to receive a call for a job interview. In fact, many people get so excited that they overlook a great opportunity to make a great first impression. Be Prompt and Be Grateful Unfortunately, the call may come when the candidate is away from the phone. If the hiring manager or recruiter leaves a… Read more »

How to Make Your Elevator Speech Unique

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It’s like winning the lottery: Sometimes an individual finds him or herself face to face with the person who can make a dream come true. A great elevator speech can help it happen. What is an Elevator Speech? In some cases, those face-to-face moments happen in elevators; a good elevator speech allows the person who… Read more »

Which Skills Make for a Successful Surgical Technologist?

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  As with any profession, surgical technologists need certain skills to perform well in the job. What are the basic skills necessary for this job? Are there any skills beyond the basics that can help in this role? The Basics Given the nature of the job, surgical technologists can find themselves in high-pressure situations. Not… Read more »

How to Handle Internal Employee Conflict

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Every work situation can have some tension or conflict. Sometimes it’s based on personalities; people may clash or struggle to work well together. Regardless of the cause, employee conflict can cause workplace strife and other problems. The background No working environment is completely immune to conflict. There can always be disagreements, disputes, or tension. Let’s… Read more »

Don’t Let a Negative Co-Worker Drag You Down

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Everyone has been there at one time or another: a negative co-worker creates a toxic environment at work. What’s the best way to handle this? It’s important to avoid getting dragged down into the negativity, but what’s the most effective and appropriate way to do that? Why is it a problem? Before considering solutions, it… Read more »

Think of It as Building Relationships and Not Networking

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To some people, the idea of networking seems intimidating. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to ease the pressure and reduce the intimidation: Think of it as building relationships and not as networking. Getting Started In a healthy relationship, there’s give and take. People support each other, lean on each other, and help each other through… Read more »