Hiring a Workforce that Works [Sponsored]
Change. In the healthcare information management field, it’s one of the only constants. The ever-evolving healthcare landscape doesn’t just keep policy makers, providers, and administrators on their toes—it also trickles down to create staffing challenges for employers and hiring managers at hospitals, physicians’ offices, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, and other healthcare providers.
Hiring the right people into these changing circumstances means taking a step back to understand the education, work experience, and personal qualities that make for the best employees right out of the gate and down the road.
Click here to read the article “Hiring a Workforce that Works,” written by Rolando Russell, MBA, RHIA, CPC, CPAR, program director of medical billing and coding; Lynne Hessling, MSHI, RHIA, CHTS-PW, CHTS-TR, program director of health information technology; and Andrew Moberg, MBA, senior director of Career Services with Ultimate Medical Academy. The authors provide a quick primer on the key qualities healthcare employers should have at the top of their list to foster successful hiring practices and a qualified long-term workforce.
This article is sponsored by Ultimate Medical Academy.