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How to Nail the Job Search When You’re a Busy Exec (With Zero Time)

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By Jenny Foss, themuse.com   You’ve made it to (or darned near) the top of the food chain at your company. And, for the most part, this feels really stinking good. And it should! But there’s this one thing—you’re just not feeling it anymore. Maybe you’ve gone through a merger and things have changed. Maybe… Read more »

Addressing the mental healthcare gap in our rural communities, schools

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Catherine Bradshaw and Amanda Nguyen, Modern Healthcare, October 8, 2019   As policymakers, mental health advocates and practitioners mobilize once again to elevate the gravity of mental illness during Mental Illness Awareness Week, they need to shed light on a troubling reality: individuals in our rural communities face the most glaring gaps in availability, and… Read more »

Interim Director of Surgical Services

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The candidate presents with over 30 years experience in perioperative leadership, perioperative nursing and patient care services.  Experience from community hospitals to large academic centers, in both union and non-union settings.  Surgical Service Scope to encompass single and multi-service surgery programs.  Reponsibilities to include operating room, PACU, pre-admission testing, anesthesia, pain management, endoscopy, central sterile… Read more »

Interim ACNO/Director of ED & Med/Surg

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The candidate offers over 18 years’ clinical leadership and expertise practicing in emergency / trauma services, outpatient and inpatient acute care settings.  His most recent roles have included ACNO (211 beds), Director of Emergency Services (204 beds) and Director of Med/Surg & Oncology (215 beds).   Brings 13+ years’ experience leading nursing policy and practice… Read more »

Interim Director Perioperative Services

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The candidate presents with over 30 years of nursing experience with 12 in OR leadership and seven devoted to interim engagements. She has provided interim services in surgery/perioperative departments ranging from four to 29 OR suites, staffs from 30 to 543 FTEs and directing care for all case types, including heads, hearts and robotics. She… Read more »

Interim Director of Revenue Cycle

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Seasoned revenue cycle leader who presents with over 40 years of experience.  She has managed revenue cycle departments since 1999.  Her environments have been hospitals, physician practices and consulting firms.  She has led central billing offices for organizations as large as 1,311 beds (5 hospitals).   About Morgan Hunter HealthSearch Morgan Hunter HealthSearch (MHHS) provides… Read more »

Interim Laboratory Director

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Master’s-prepared candidate with over 22 years of laboratory leadership experience.  Has both hospital and reference lab experience.  His hospital environments have ranged in size with the largest being 163 staff members and an annual budget of $307M.  He has worked exclusively as an interim leader since 2013.       About Morgan Hunter HealthSearch Morgan… Read more »

Interim Director of Women’s Services

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The Interim Director of Women’s Services presents with more than 30 years of nursing experience, of which 25 have been in a leadership capacity.  She has completed three previous interim engagements.  Her L&D environments have been as large as 3,100 annual deliveries with a Level III NICU.  She has been in for-profit and non-profit settings,… Read more »

Interim Director Perioperative Services

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Interim Director Perioperative Services presents with 26 years of nursing experience in the operating room with over 11 of interim leadership spanning ORs encompassing from three to 19 surgical suites and covering all perioperative services in both unionized and non-union settings.   She describes her personal clinical strength as founded in orthopaedics and the trauma… Read more »

Residents, leaders offer ideas to improve health in Wyandotte County

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On August 15th, I (Barry Jackson) was able to attend a Muffins With The Mayor event at Mercy & Truth Medical Missions in Kansas City, KS, in which there was a good discussion about safety net clinics and how we can improve healthcare to the poor.  Below is an article about the event that appeared… Read more »