Trust Your Instincts When Treating Patients: Healthcare Career Insights

August 20, 2015

Must reads about the latest news and trends in healthcare careers. . .

This roundup highlights healthcare career-related articles culled from across the Web to help you learn what's next.

 

  • Understanding people's character is a big part of assembling an ideal team. Here are five personality types you might want to watch out for -- 5 Types of People You Don't Want on Your Team (Lifehack)
  •  Gauging your medical staff's computer and Internet skills can be a difficult task. Before you begin additional training, try this basic skills assessment -- Measuring Staff Tech Skills (Physicians Practice)
  •  As medical technology continues to grow and improve, many physicians have stopped trusting their instincts. Check out Dr. Val Jones' plea for physicians to pay more attention to those they treat -- Listen to Patient Rather Than Rely on Tests (KevinMD)
  •  If you want to find the right job, your physician recruiter needs to be your ally. Here are three tips to help build a solid relationship -- Establishing Trust With a Physician Recruiter (HEALTHeCAREERS)
  • A staggering number of physicians -- 46% -- are feeling burned-out. Three doctors share what helped keep them in medicine -- What's the Solution to Physician Burnout? (Physicians Practice)

 

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