February 2019

Acclivity Healthcare — The Acclivity Health Report
Issue 81




Ted French
President and Founder,
Acclivity Healthcare
Dear ##FirstName##,

We're already a little over a month into 2019! How are you doing with your New Year's resolutions? Are you working on making a change in your professional life? At Acclivity, we've been working hard on some changes, too. If you've visited our website recently, you have have noticed...

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5 Tips to Help You Leave a Great Impression in Your Job Interview
Looking for the perfect position in the healthcare industry can be stressful. If you've already left your previous job or are just starting out in the field, you might be in serious need of the steady income.

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Beyond the Interview: How to Hire the Right Candidate for the Job
Hiring the right candidate for any open position can be difficult. Even when a prospective employee looks excellent on paper, they might not fit in well with the organization's culture.

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  Healthcare Gains Jobs in January Despite Government Shutdown
Modern Healthcare
The healthcare sector was undeterred by the government shutdown that went on for most of January, making 41,600 new hires last month and nearly 20,000 more new hires as compared to January 2018.

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  Healthcare Leaders Share Practices for Snaring Top Talent
Becker's Hospital Review
"The ability to attract, engage and retain great talent is the only sustainable source of competitive advantage for organizations," said Judy Howard, Vice President of Talent Acquisition for Northwell Health.

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  Immunizing Your Healthcare Technology Against Cybersecurity Threats
Security Boulevard
In today's digitally connected world, cybersecurity is a critical concern for all industries. However, for the healthcare industry, the failure to ensure resilience against cyber threats could be a matter of life and death.

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  Healthcare Jobs 2.0: The Future of Healthcare and Tech
Association for Talent Development
Innovation is important no matter what industry you're in, but it's especially important in healthcare and health sciences fields.

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  Are Healthcare Jobs Safe from AI? More So Than Many Might Think
Healthcare Finance
Across the country and across industries, workers are nervous that automation and artificial intelligence will eventually take over their jobs. For some, those fears may be grounded in reality.

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