Jobs

  • UMass Dartmouth students get head start on their careers

    Michael Hitchins, a recruiter with an industrial supplies distributor, knows how the Business Career Fair at UMass Dartmouth can make connections that pay off for employers and students: a 2007 UMass Dartmouth graduate, he got his current job at the same event five years ago.

    “We come back every year to recruit the next leaders in our company,” Hitchins said in a press release from the university. “We’ve had great success with the university and we’re looking for aggressive, ambitious people who want a career in sales.”

    Karissa Bettencourt manned a table at the Fair for MEDITECH. Bettencourt is actively recruiting for paid interns and co-op students who are paid between $1,500 and $3,000 per month — both with benefits.

    Read the complete article at SouthCoastToday.

  • MEDITECH: Develop Your Career

    Do you like a challenge and are you  interested in formulating solutions for MEDITECH’s expanding web environment? Apply for a Web Developer position.

    Highlight

    Formulate solutions for MEDITECH’s expanding web environment and solve problems that are challenging, both technologically and from the perspective of functional design.

    Learn more at meditech.com.

  • Help Wanted: Integrating Physician Practices with Meditech?

    Are any of you wrestling with how to integrate physician practices on disparate systems (eCW, Allscripts, Cerner, etc.) with Meditech?  It seems like many hospitals are acquiring physician practices at a rapid rate.  Does anyone have a good solution, especially for a hospital that has numerous practices/clinics on various EMR’s and the docs want to be able to order and result in their own system but the hospital (where the tests are performed) doesn’t want the patient to go through dual registration/Order entry?  One hospital CFO says he wants it to be like Avis check in where they just jump in the car and go —  he wants the patient to be able to breeze through the check in process at the hospital when he/she arrives to get the testing performed.

    Read more.

  • Healthcare IT jobs lucrative but tough to land

    Sought-after healthcare IT skills include experience with electronic health record systems from Epic, Cerner, Meditech and other vendors

    Companies in the healthcare industry are willing to pay a premium for scarce IT talent, but they’re choosy about selecting new hires. For people with the right experience, it’s a great time to be job hunting.

    “If you’re a solid performer and you’ve been working for a couple of years with products from Epic, Cerner, Meditech or any of the other electronic health record vendors — and especially if you’re willing to travel — the sky is kind of the limit for opportunity,” says Eric Marx, vice president of Health Care IT at staffing firm Modis. “You can pick and choose what you’d like to be doing and get paid very well for it.”

    Read more at networkworld.com.

  • May 2011 navin, haffty newsletter

    This  issue includes:

    • Thoughts from our President
    • Healthcare, the MEDITECH Market, and Consulting Services
    • Meaningful Use: MEDITECH Updates
    • MEDITECH’s Nurse Leader Conference: June 8-10, 2011
    • Update: MEDITECH & ICD-10
    • MEDITECH Pharmacy Advisory Group Holds Spring Meeting
    • Online Tutorial: MEDITECH’s Reimbursement Manager
    • MUSE International Conference: Nashville, May 31 – June 3
    • Job Posts

    Read the complete newsletter.

     

  • The MEDITECH Community Bulletin: May/June issue
    • May 31st through June 3rd is the 2011 MUSE International Conference at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, TN and I’m sure many of you will be attending.  I’ve heard from a board member that this year’s conference is jam-packed with wonderful educational sessions and networking opportunities.
    • Planning to become a Certified Informatics Nurse? This month’s Industry Spotlight describes the “must attend” Nursing Informatics Review Course offered by Susan K. Newbold at the MUSE 2011 International Conference.
    • With another article on MEDITECH Data Repository, Ed Chisam of DR Validate offers some helpful information in this month’s Guest Spot column with his explanation of “Setting Data Repository Transfer Downtime to Avoid Errors”.
    • In this month’s Tricks of the Trade column, John Sharpe of Comstock Software explains “MAGIC 5.6 Report Scheduling Access”.
    • Our Featured Employer column this month features the Manager of Clinical IT Systems position at Sturgis Hospital in Sturgis, Michigan.
    • As usual, several organizations have provided press releases for this issue’s Recent News section.

    Read the whole MEDITECH Community Bulletin.

  • Navin, Haffty Newsletter Updates

    Did you see the September 2010 Newsletter? It includes the following:

    • MEDITECH Provides Update on Meaningful Use Certification
    • MEDITECH 6.0 Updates
    • Reaching the Apex of Emergency Department Performance
    • MEDITECH’s Physician/CIO Forum, Oct 21-22
    • New CIOs to MEDITECH
    • Key Principles of the Medical Home Model

    Read all about it.

  • Hudson IT Launches Healthcare Technology Services

    New HIT Practice Offers Specialized Staffing and Recruiting Expertise

    To address the recent growth in demand for electronic medical records (EMR), Hudson IT today announced the launch of a new healthcare information technology (HIT) practice. With an emphasis on staffing mid-to-senior level healthcare roles, the practice is designed to help hospitals and related agencies identify the appropriate resources necessary to fulfill meaningful use requirements, as well as implement prevailing software solutions such as Eclipsys(C), MEDITECH(C), McKesson(C), Siemens(C), Cerner(C) and Epic(C).

    Read more.

  • CIO survey forecasts IT staffing troubles ahead

    In West Texas, where unemployment is at 2 percent, the popular chain Chili’s had to close some of its restaurants because there were not enough employees to fill the jobs. Imagine what it’s like for a healthcare system in that part of the country to recruit IT staff, says Gary L. Barnes, CIO of Medical Center Health System in Odessa, Texas.

    Barnes served as moderator of a panel on IT staffing shortages Wednesday at the CHIME10 Fall CIO Forum in Phoenix. He was not alone in worrying about staff shortages. The four-member panel – from Maryland, New York, Massachusetts and Tennessee – shared similar concerns. To boot, a new CHIME survey released Wednesday revealed that 51 percent of CIOs across the country are worried they will have to put off planned implementation of electronic health record systems if they don’t find the people to get the job done.

    Read more at Healthcare IT News.

  • Meditech looks to add hundreds more jobs

    Two years ago, MEDITECH opened a $45 million facility on South Watuppa Pond next to the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center. Since then, MEDITECH has more than doubled staff at the cite site to approximately 450 workers out of 504 possible workstations.

    The company is poised to make another expansion into the Fall River area, adding hundreds more new jobs, according to MEDITECH officials.

    Read more.

2 comments to Jobs

  • Denisha Corbeil

    I’m not positive if I’m writing this in the right area, but I’m getting ready to transfer to the United States and am attempting to secure jobs in the i . t industry. I currently have a job lead with a enterprise (LTJ Management, LLC, 900 Congress Ave, Suite L-150, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 895-9500) and sought some ideas on the best way to research them to discover if they might be a good company to work for. I’ve checked on their web site, but believed someone here may have some other thoughts on where to look. Thank very much.

  • Pardon me if I’m writing this in the wrong area, but does anybody on this website know where I can find opinions on a firm in the United states advertising an IT sales job? The firm is LTJ Management, LLC located at 900 Congress Ave., Suite L-150, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 895-9500. I’m transferring to the US shortly and any support would be appreciated. Thank you.

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