Healthcare Intelligence Network
Health Management Career Update
Vol. IV, No. 16
September 9, 2005
Table of Contents
  1. Job Openings
    • Cardiac Catheterization Tech
    • Clinical Lab Scientist/Medical Lab Technologist
    • ER Nurse
  2. Situation Wanted: Managed Care Executive
  3. Virtual Partnership: Health Coaching Goes High Tech
  4. Workplace Stress In Women Increases With Age, Report Finds
  5. Recommended Reading: Employee Assistance Program Management Letter


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1.) Cardiac Catheterization Tech, Durham, NC

Duke University and Duke University Health System is a prestigious institution located on a picturesque campus in Durham, North Carolina. We are ranked among the world leaders in higher education, health care, and scientific and medical research. Our people are the key to our success in developing tomorrow's leaders, providing quality medical services, and discovering the breakthroughs of the future. Duke's location offers the best of both worlds. We are located in the exciting and rapidly expanding Raleigh-Durham metropolitan area. This area includes the Research Triangle Park, a national center for cutting edge technology and research.

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Clinical Lab Scientist/Medical Lab Technologist, Baker, MT

ASCP CLS/MLT needed for a CLIA lab in rural Eastern Montana. Must be skilled in Hematology, Blood Bank, Serology, Chemistry, and Microbiology.

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ER Nurse, Kansas City, KS

Emergency Room Nurse Duration: Permanent Hours: All Shifts Available Education: Graduation from a professional nursing program is required Benefits: Essential services and resources are easily accessible to all employees.

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http://careercenter.hin.com/cgi-local/careercenter/searchlistings.cgi?id_listing=285



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!

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3.) Virtual Partnership: Health Coaching Goes High Tech

The unique IT platform supporting Gordian's Health Coaches is designed to give participants a wide array of educational tools, personalized for their needs. On a larger scale, the flexibility of the IT system also offers individual employers the opportunity to customize the total population health management program to meet their needs, from the customized HRA, to integrated benefits management and incentives, to aggregate results reporting.

Learn more by registering to download a copy of "Virtual Partnership: Health Coaching Goes High Tech" at:
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4.) Workplace Stress In Women Increases With Age, Report Finds

As gender ratios in the workplace become more even, and women take on more leadership roles, organizations will need to re-examine the mental health of their female populations to prevent future burnout and absenteeism, according to a report from the WarrenShepell Research Group.

In particular, "Women In The Workplace: An EAP's Perspective" cites a need to provide specific coping skills for stress-related issues in working women over 40 years-of-age.

For more information, please visit:
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5.) Employee Assistance Program Management Letter

Published monthly since 1987, Employee Assistance Program Management Letter monitors the trends in the employee assistance field to give EA professionals the best strategies for managing their EAPs more effectively.

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