Healthcare Intelligence Network
Health Management Career Update
Vol. V, No. 3
March 10, 2006
Table of Contents
  1. Job Openings
    • CEO
    • Clinical Informatics Specialist
    • Director of QA & Training
  2. Situation Wanted: Managed Care Executive
  3. Health Risk Assessments: First Line of Defense in Population Health Management
  4. Saving Money On Workers' Health Disconnected To Investment In Employee Health
  5. Workplace Wellness Case Studies: Tactics To Promote Health and Reduce Risk


Sponsored by: Telephonic Health Coaching: How It Can Improve Your Population Health Management Programs

Telephonic Health Coaching: How It Can Improve Your Population Health Management Programs, an April 5, 2006 audio conference, will take an in-depth look at telephonic health coaching programs, from program structure to call strategies to outcomes measurement and results.

Health coaching programs can help individuals in need of care management services take a more active and effective role in the management of their own healthcare. Telephonic health coaching services, while unique in its challenges, provides a convenient way to offer accessible health coaching services.

During this 90-minute audio conference, your expert panel of speakers, Colleen Perkins, health strategies consultant with Mayo Clinic Health Management Resources and Dr. Dennis Richling, medical director, vice president for CorSolutions, a Matria Company will provide inside details on the telephonic health coaching programs at their organizations.

For more information or to register, please visit:
http://store.hin.com/product.asp?itemid=3338



1.) CEO, Los Angeles, CA

Seeking a CEO to be for a startup smoking cessation services company in Los Angeles that has developed with addiction medicine specialists a Patent Pending cessation solution that has a long term quit level exceeding 50%.

For more information, please visit:
http://careercenter.hin.com/cgi-local/careercenter/searchlistings.cgi?id_listing=338



Clinical Informatics Specialist, Upstate, NY

Clean air, good schools and a slower pace of life. Wow - If you're a licensed RN with a working knowledge and understanding of acute care clinical systems, electronic medical record technology and clinical systems I would like to speak with you! My firm is working with a client in the upstate New York that is seeking to add an Informatics Specialist with implementation experience to their team. An Informatics Nurse Certification and experience with Meditech is preferred.

For more information, please visit:
http://careercenter.hin.com/cgi-local/careercenter/searchlistings.cgi?id_listing=296



Director of QA & Training, Fort Worth, TX

Responsible for educating & auditing coders on ICD-9 & CPT coding for physicians. Dynamic position, excellent benefits, growing company.

For more information, please visit:
http://careercenter.hin.com/cgi-local/careercenter/searchlistings.cgi?id_listing=222



2.) Situation Wanted: Managed Care Executive

Turnaround Start-up System selection & implementation, EDI, scanning Process improvement & CQI Financial management, IBNR, cash flow Grow profitable market share Hands-on marketing, providers, operations leadership Community leader People want to be part of a winner. Leaders show them how!

For more information, please visit:
http://careercenter.hin.com/cgi-local/careercenter/search_situations.cgi?flag=view_situation&id_situation=82



3.) Health Risk Assessments: First Line of Defense in Population Health Management

A powerful component of a health population management strategy is the Health Risk Assessment (HRA), which evaluates a population's health status and targets actionable programs to address identified risks. Whether implemented by employers or health plans, developing effective HRAs and mining the resulting data is a strategic means of harnessing healthcare costs and fostering consumer awareness of their own health state. Last month, the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN) polled its online audience to gauge the presence and power of HRAs in the healthcare industry.

Register to download this white paper today at:
http://www.hin.com/library/registerhra.html



4.) Saving Money On Workers' Health Disconnected To Investment In Employee Health

Although employers in the United States are increasingly offering preventive healthcare services as part of their employee benefits, and they say they are doing it because they want to save money on their workers, they are less likely to include services like nutrition and smoking counseling that would provide the most bang for the buck, a new report published in the American Journal of Health Promotion found.

For more information, please visit:
http://careercenter.hin.com/story0310.shtml


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might improve our Career Center. Send your comments to info@hin.com

5.) Workplace Wellness Case Studies: Tactics To Promote Health and Reduce Risk

The growth and market adoption of consumer-driven healthcare continues to drive health plans and employers to develop more widespread member and employee health improvement initiatives.

Workplace Wellness Case Studies: Tactics To Promote Health and Reduce Risk looks at what’s working in health plan wellness and health promotion programs-award-winning and unique efforts, best practices, ROI, and lessons learned.

For more information, please visit:
http://store.hin.com/product.asp?itemid=3312


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