Why You Should Choose Vitalis Consulting

Vitalis: The Best-Kept Secret This Side Of NJ Smart. Caring. Solution-oriented. That about sums up Vitalis Consulting, one of the best employment agencies in NJ. In fact, we may even be the agency for job seekers. And why not? Did you know that New Jersey ranks #2 in the United States for education? It even has an enviable 4-year college graduation rate,…

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5 High-Paying Healthcare Jobs That Don’t Require Advanced Degrees

So, you hate your job. The latest Labor Department forecasts might help. According to its calculations, employment growth is expected to increase up to 0.7% annually from 2016-2026. Particularly, healthcare hiring will grow at exponential rates in the ensuing decade. According to Labor Department projections, demand is slated to increase for home health aides (46.7%), personal care aides (37.4%),…

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4 Ways Healthcare Recruiters Can Improve Their Hiring Process

According to CNN, the shortage of skilled healthcare professionals is slated to reach a crisis level by 2025. An unprecedented rise in the aging population is the main driving force behind the crisis. Medical innovations are keeping us alive for far longer, but at what cost? As a healthcare organization, you know what you’re up against….

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MACRA and the Unique Staffing Needs of FQHCs, CCBHCs, and CMHCs

On April 16, 2015, President Obama signed MACRA (the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act) into law without much fanfare. Yet, this patient-centered approach to healthcare is quietly changing the face of medicine in America. The new legislation effectively repeals the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula for determining Medicare Part B payments. In place of the SGR, we…

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3 Emerging Healthcare Technologies And Related Cybersecurity Risks

According to a 2017 IBM-sponsored study on cybersecurity, the healthcare industry incurs higher data breach costs than four other industries: financial services, research, media, and the public sector. The same study also reports that the healthcare industry has higher per capita data breach costs than average. In 2017, the US healthcare industry spent $380 per compromised record,…

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Important Changes To The Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects (Common Rule) In 2017

In January 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and 15 other federal agencies published its final revision of the Common Rule to protect the rights of clinical research patient volunteers. The Common Rule is also known as the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects. It was published in 1991 and…

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Part 3: Recruiting Quality Patient Volunteers For Medical Research

In Part 3: Recruiting Quality Patient Volunteers For Medical Research, we’re going to discuss marketing strategies that work. Leveraging Social Media To Recruit Volunteers. It has been reported that researchers spend nearly a third of their time on recruitment and enrollment. Yet, studies show that more than 70% of all nationwide trials fail to recruit enough volunteers for their projects….

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Part 2: Recruiting Quality Patient Volunteers For Medical Research

In Part 2: Recruiting Quality Patient Volunteers For Medical Research, we’re going to discuss the topic of payments and its relevance to the recruitment effort. FDA Policy On Payments. The FDA is committed to the welfare of subject volunteers in clinical trials. As has already been stated, many participants are willing to expose themselves to great risk in…

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Three Surprising Things About 2017 Healthcare Staffing Trends

As America navigates political change, many experts are preparing for corresponding adjustments within the health-care industry. Although there is much confusion about how a Trump administration will implement an ACA (Affordable Care Act) repeal, it’s safe to say that any new changes will affect employment levels among nurses, doctors, phlebotomists, and medical assistants. Today, we’ll…

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