Additional Posts in Healthcare
I keep hearing that SE is one of the best engineering careers that no one tell you about… I only agree because I found out about it at the age of 35. When did you learn about this career path? We’re you aware of it prior to graduating from your undergrad or graduate school?
Taking bets on how long it takes Trump to deliver a misogynistic (and/or racist) comment on Biden’s pick as soon as she is announced, (veiled comments also count).
My money is on 30 minutes...
Anyone ever heard of Foxbat Media?
Does EY’s vision plan not cover eye exams?
Fishbowl survey... To check If I am the only one who resigned recently.Anybody resigned post the hikes and bonus were announced.
Need 11 Likes for DM, Thanks in advance
Would you be hurt if someone you thought was your close friend didn’t pick you as a bridesmaid? Just got a wedding invite with the bridesmaid list and surprised by who she picked
How do you handle working on major deliverables with a manager who needs a lot of hand holding and doesn’t take the time to think through things? This person is expected to also do the work and not just manage the project. I’ve been patient, given input, reviewing and redoing work but it’s starting to get exhausting now.
Copped these beauties over the weekend...
People on the bench like..
I’m curious if your firm expects you to respond to discovery? What are the procedures you have to follow when it comes to discovery?
How’s the freelance market right now?
Hi guysss looking to make new friends (not for dating just want to make new friends!) So hmu if you're looking to add a friend to your network :)
Can any one pl let me know the in hand salary after all deduction? And how the tax deduction will be ??
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I have a BS in Kinesiology and an MBA in Healthcare Administration and have worked in neuro clinical testing for 17 years. I’m looking for a direction to be pointed in for a career change, ideally something that can be done remotely and doesn’t require a ton of other specialized training. Coming up short on my own searches. Any suggestions?
Does anyone work for MultiCare acute care in Puyallup, WA? Or acute care in general? I currently work in outpatient Ortho and make $28/hr. What should I ask for in acute care?
I'm on intermittent FMLA. When I come back, I'm moving to off shift. I was a dept lead and was led to believe I would continue in this role. My boss announced in a group meeting before I left that my supervisor role would be opened the day I come back. She said she "changed her mind". I discovered yesterday my position is on the internet already. I sent an email to my boss, and HR, asking if my pay had been decreased, no response. Can they post my job already? Can I call HR about my pay?
Hello, fishies! I am a 26-year old registered nurse currently based in San Francisco. I am planning to move into a different city. Which city is the best to live in for a young healthcare professional in so far as practicality and job opportunities are concerned? Also. if you have additional tips, it would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Hello. Has anyone worked for Change Healthcare as a nurse auditor? What is estimated salary? How is the schedule and work/life balance? Any other pros and cons. Thank you!
How much are you making as a dialysis SW and what company? Feel like my salary is to low
I'm so happy to be raising my children in a decade when we've had breakouts of COVID, monkeypox, and polio. Hurray! Get your freaking vaccines, wash your hands, and keep your mouths to yourself, people.
I am a biology graduate. I worked in cancer research and development for more than two years. Recently moved to Canada, and now I'm wanting to transition into clinical research.
Most jobs I find online ask for atleast 2 years clinical experience.
Does anyone have any tips on how to procure this experience? Should I invest in a course? Or should I volunteer at a CRO?
I recently got offered a clinical admin position, would this count as clinical exp?
I hope all of you are doing well! I am new to Fishbowl and new to the Healthcare field. I very recently graduated with a B.A. in Human Resource Management and currently working as a Sourcing Specialist for TidalHealth - a large healthcare group in my area.
I was introduced to this app by a colleague of mine and am hoping to have a positive and education experience! I will be trying my best to keep interacted with members here and learn as much as I can.
I have been in my current position for 5 yrs with minimal pay increases despite consistent praise from management for being one of the strongest in our department. I hold specialty certifications, staff in ICU and ED, am part of several hospital committees, and regularly perform formulary reviews/MUEs/guideline updates. I recently found out that a new hire with no experience was brought in at a higher hourly rate than myself and several other female staff. Suggestions on steps to take with mgmt?
How to leave nursing while still getting the same high salary without going back to school... Possible?
Does anyone know any CROs hiring for CRAs for people who were former clinicians? Looking to make the jump to research.
I’m currently an ultrasound technologist with a bachelors in health science. I really want to advance in my career but I know ultrasound doesn’t have many offers. I though about becoming a radiology director and getting my masters in healthcare management. Thoughts ?
What has everyone heard about Tpoxx so far? From my understanding, even though it's experimental for monkeypox, some of the doctors are pushing to get it covered for treatment but they need to submit tons of paperwork and consent forms. Thoughts?
How would you handle not getting a lunch break when you are a salaried employee treating patients for 40 hours a week? I don’t get documentation time either, but all notes are to be completed the same day. Some of us have reached out to HR and we’re told to discuss it with the regional director, but the regional director says we’d have to come in early or leave late to block out a lunch break. My commute is an hour each way, so I’d prefer not to make my day any longer. Advice?
I’m a newly graduate from a community college. My program of study was Health Information Technician. I passed my RHIT exam a month ago, and I’ve been applying to jobs in state, out of state, and remotely to only receive “sorry you were not selected email.”I don’t have experience and I know that’s the reason I’m not getting selected. I’ve applied for receptionist, medical biller/coordinator, and medical clerk. Even with inflation willing to work for minimum wage or less just to gain experience.
I was offered $21 dollars for a supervisor position. It a state ran juvenile center in Nashville TN. Is this common or are they low balling me.
I was wondering what job positions I would be able to apply for once I finish my degree for BA Healthcare Administration?
Hello Fellow Fishbowlers! Have 5 years before retiring at age 60. I WANNA DO SOMETHING FUN for the next 5-6 years! :) Can I get an insight on such a possible job (I know it’s a long shot!). Also, looking into the Care Coordinator role and/or related roles. Anyone doing it and Hating or Loving it? Also, shout out if you’re doing something that you enjoy doing everyday! (My job closed it’s doors after 16 years and I’m looking for something interesting to do daily). Thanks y’all!
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