HC Select attended this year’s CHA Rural Hospital Conference. As the Association continues to strive to ensure that rural communities maintain access to high-quality and affordable healthcare, a primary focus has been on addressing workforce shortages. During this year’s 38th rural conference many of its member’s expressed an interest in learning more about how Healthcare Select (HC Select)… Read more »
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Keep abreast of the latest news and events, culled from articles, case studies and surveys, covering the issues pertaining to our community at large as well as those most important to you.
AzHHA Registry Program – An End and a New Direction
“The AzHHA Service Corporation has made the decision to discontinue our current Registry Program offering, effective November 1, and partner with an outside firm to offer our members the best of what the market has to offer. The AzHHA Service Corporation has selected Healthcare Select (HC Select), with their “state of the art”… Read more »
Sixty-seven percent of U.S. healthcare providers, including hospitals, have problems attracting experienced IT employees!
According to a staffing industry article dated April 11, 2013, sixty-seven percent of U.S. healthcare providers, including hospitals, have problems attracting experienced IT employees. This is based on the Towers Watson survey, “Closing the IT Talent Gap in Health Care.” Additionally, 38 percent reported retention issues. The problem escalates for Epic-certified professionals, with 73 percent of respondents… Read more »
Feds Collect $9.5 Million for Misclassified ICs
According to a Staffing Industry Analyst article more than $9.5 million in back wages has been collected for 11,400 workers misclassified as independent contractors since September 2011, the U.S. Department of Labors’ Wage and Hour Division announced last week. Overall, the department of Labor indicated that $29 million in back wages have been recovered for… Read more »
DOL Misclassification Study in Works
According an article from Staffing Industry Analysts, The U.S. Department of Labor announced earlier this month in the Federal Register that it is seeking participation on an upcoming study on the misclassification of workers as independent contractors. The study is aimed at whether workers have knowledge of their employment classification and if they truly understand… Read more »