TKA, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales
VP Technology Management at Banner Health
Founder Insight HTM
Agiliti, Nationwide Recruiter - Clinical Engineering
Author: John Krieg 1. Don't make excuses. EVER. Although in the short term they make you feel better, all they do is hold you back. When you recognize excuses are the root of all failure, you can quickly push yourself to achieve your goals and lead a more honest,...
According to Gallup research, before the pandemic, 76% of workers reported feeling burned out sometimes, while 28% of workers said they were burned out “very often” or “always” at work.
From the start, make sure you teach new employees not only about the job, but also about the company culture and how they can contribute to and thrive in it.
Your social profiles are an added resource that employers can reference when hiring and even serve as an extension to your resume.
Believe it or not, there are plenty of ways to impress your boss without looking like a brown-nose in front of your co-workers (because nobody likes “that guy”).
Creating a healthy work-life balance is a real struggle for many HTM professionals, and a linear approach to balance won’t get you far in modern health care.
Throughout my career, I’ve noticed that there are almost as many different perspectives on certifications as there are certifications.
What considerations would lead someone to choose to become a healthcare technology management (HTM) professional?
I’ve written a lot about the important role LinkedIn can play in the career search. But recently, I’ve learned that TikTok is becoming a key part of that process.
If you are just starting out in the HTM field, you may feel obscure. Perhaps you think that you don’t have much to offer. That’s ok. The more people you interact with in this industry, the easier it will be to find your fit.