As a consultant, there are many different factors within every assignment: the individuals, companies, project needs, and locations change each time. The majority of the time, those changes are fairly standard. However, when you receive an exciting new assignment in a country that has specific rules and regulations for consultants, there are crucial details that you need to be aware of. Switzerland is one of those countries that has unique regulations when working as a consultant. As Switzerland is not part of the EU, the regulations for independent contractors are quite strict but fair, so it’s imperative to understand these policies proactively. Consulting opportunities are hard to come by in Switzerland, it is a very desirable place to work due to its high average salaries, positive working conditions, and high standard of living, not to mention its natural beauty. If you decide to embrace a new consulting opportunity in Switzerland, there are several things you should know before embarking on a project in this country.
Health Information Professionals’ week is approaching, and we would like to take a moment to recognize the invaluable contributions of these HIM professionals. As a vital component of the healthcare industry, these gatekeepers of information maintain Electronic Health Records (EHR) by providing expertise in coding, reporting, and security. You can find them working at healthcare provider organizations ranging from large hospitals to small private practices. They are skilled, analytical individuals with a knack for coming up with creative solutions. If you are someone who is interested in starting a career as an HIM professional, here are a few things to take into consideration:
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Solving immediate problems and making a long-term difference.
Meet Shane: Shane is well-known in his field as “The Fixer.” He’s proven himself as a leader in robotics and controls automation who brings solutions and optimizes processes for clients across the country. With over 23 years of experience, he’s completed more than 100 projects for a range of industries: automotive, steel, food and beverage, packaging, medical device and pharmaceutical, just to name a few.
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Bringing it all together: knowledge, people, and technology.
Meet Amy: Amy is known for leading successful EHR implementations. Her background includes 28 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with more than 10 years of directing training management programs for IT enterprise projects. She holds an MSHI, MSN, and RN. By bridging the gap between operational, project, and technical teams, she delivers quality solutions to improve outcomes for clinicians and patients.
Sometimes just adding team members to your staff isn’t enough to get your project across the finish line. You need a project solution that will respond to your unique challenges, and you need help managing it. That’s where a consulting services partner can make a difference.
Companies across the globe are looking to grow, and that requires the right talent. Making sure they find the best and brightest means they are looking beyond core technical expertise for people that embody the right soft skills too. An important part of preparing for an interview is determining how to present your skills, overall abilities, and professional mindset to get the job offer.