I'd like to thank all those who joined us for "Let's Talk NonClinicalJobs" last night (May 12, 2010). We had 15 people on the line and we had a nice discussion.
"Let's Talk NonClinicalJobs" is a free monthly conference call where we will discuss various topics and have a time for Q&A. Last night, the call started with questions revolving around the company EHR or Executive Health Resources. You can learn more about EHR by visiting these two websites:
Please contact me if you'd like further information about job opportunities related to EHR so that I can direct you to an EHR recruiter.
Other questions revolved around government jobs and we spent a few minutes talking about job opportunities at the FDA, the CDC, the NIH, and state health departments. Given that Medicare and Medicaid fraud are big problems, perhaps we'll see additional job openings in the future to combat fraud.
Another question focused around start-up organizations. How can physicians find job opportunities with start-ups? I've personally had the opportunity to work with several start-ups. I was introduced to every one of them through someone in my personal social network. Therefore, if you'd like to get involved with a start-up, make sure to expand your social network. Leverage tools like LinkedIn, Facebook, and even Twitter. Expand your network because you'll never know who you'll meet (directly or indirectly). Make sure to join our growing network here: http://members.nonclinicaljobs.com/
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Our next "Let's Talk NonClinicalJobs" is scheduled for June 1 and I hope you'll join us for another interactive group discussion. "Let's Talk NonClinicalJobs" on June 1st