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HITHired.com meets growing need for Healthcare IT
More than just a place for job seekers and employers to connect, members at HIThired.com build specific skill set profiles within the niche skillset areas of Epic, Cerner, McKesson, Meditech, Siemens and Allscripts. To increase connectivity, the site’s home page will also now include a Twitter feed and the ability to log in to profiles through LinkedIn and Facebook. Industry-specific content will also be provided by a blog, written by one of the site’s principals James Bolin, and a partnership with Google News will provide up-to-date news on important topics such as ICD-10 coding compliance, HL7 application, and “Meaningful Criteria”
“As pressures to curb healthcare costs across the globe and the growing need to manage cash flow in back-office administration and IT management systems of healthcare providers continues to increase, the need for qualified experts increases faster. HITHired.com understands and is meeting these needs by developing a professional community to facilitate connecting superior candidates with top-notch employers.” James Bolin, President HITHired.com. Lack of in-house IT expertise, rise in demand for integrating solutions, growing pressure on healthcare providers to meet the 'Meaningful Criteria' set by the U.S. Federal Government, and new ICD-10 conversion guidelines for coding are among the factors driving growth in this industry.
About the Company
HIThired.com understands the needs of both candidates and employers alike in the Healthcare IT sector. Based on this understanding HIThired.com has built a niche community that bridges candidates and employers faster than any other site in the market space. Through partnership with a premier Healthcare IT Recruiting Firm, HIThired.com has accessed relationships with over 60,000+ Qualified Healthcare IT Professionals and gives employers the opportunity to access specific candidates for targeted searches AND/OR broadcast to large audiences within the Healthcare IT market.