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Since 1999, we've found and placed over 17,000 of the best healthcare professionals with over 300 leading healthcare employers nationwide! Acclivity's Career Consultants are not generalists but highly trained and dedicated recruiting professionals, specializing in healthcare career placement - that's all we do!

Our support to job seekers is always 100% FREE! Whether you're actively looking for a new career opportunity or would just like us to keep you informed when HOT jobs in your field become available, Acclivity Healthcare is here to help throughout your career!

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Acclivity Health Report Issue 56:
Read breaking healthcare news, expert job search and hiring tips, and more..

The Importance of an Accurate Resume:
The proverbial phrase "everybody lies on their resume" was often heard in the pre-digital age. That's when recruiters' desks..

Employment Applications: A Refresher Course:
The most important piece of paper between you and the job applicant is the employment application. Yet the employment application is such a..

Payrolls Surge as U.S. Hiring Gains Broad-based for Second Month:
Payrolls jumped in July for a second month and wages climbed, pointing to renewed vigor in the U.S. labor market that will sustain consumer..

Anthem, Aetna Merger Suits Separated by Judge:
As health insurers push for expedited trials, a federal judge designates the Anthem-Cigna suit for random reassignment and calls for a "special master"..

Medicare's Readmission Penalties Hit New High:
The federal government's readmission penalties on hospitals will reach a new high as Medicare withholds more than half a billion dollars in payments..

3 Trends Affecting Future Share Prices in the Health Care Industry:
One of the most talked about sectors among investors in recent years has been the health care industry. The sector's..

Shaking the Self-Pay Patient Stigma: Keep Calm and Carry Cash:
Anyone who has sought health care services while uninsured may be acquainted with a phenomenon I call the "self-pay stigma." The self-pay stigma..

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