Learn from Leaders: Using Behavioral Assessment to Hire Top Performers Join us for a webinar on Feb 06, 2018 at 1:00-1:30 PM EST There is no registration fee but you must register in advance at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2804451029505619715 Hiring top performers is a time-consuming process that can often feel like a game of chance. Resumes are screened,
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ZurickDavis was one of the sponsors of the Massachusetts Health Council Gala on October 10, 2017. This annual event, Dining with the Stars, features the Healthcare Chef Competition, where talented chef teams present their signature appetizers during the cocktail reception and compete for votes.
ZurickDavis contributes articles regularly to the MA-RI HFMA newsletter on a variety of career topics, such as questions to ask in an interview, how to position yourself for advancement and many other important areas. Short and to the point, the articles offer good advice. Check them out at https://www.ma-ri-hfma.org/hfma-advisor-2016-2017/ and be sure to take a look at
Anita Karcz, ZurickDavis SVP, volunteered at Fenway Park to give out literature to raise awareness of Fragile X Syndrome. The volunteers were coordinated by Denise Devine, Anita’s sister and active leader of the Western Massachusetts Fragile X Foundation.
ZurickDavis was proud to sponsor the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers Annual Gala. Established in 1972, the Mass League is a non-profit, statewide association representing and serving the needs of the state’s 50 community health center organizations with more than 300 total access sites. Susan Servais, ZurickDavis SVP, and James W. Hunt Jr., President and CEO
We are delighted to announce that Nikki Centomani has been appointed Director of Risk Management at Loyola University Health System (LUHS). Ms. Centomani has enjoyed a long and established career at the University of Illinois Health and Sciences System in Chicago where, as the Director of Risk, she was responsible for leading all risk management
Jean McCarthy can tell you all about how nursing has changed since the 1940s. She started working as a nurse in 1946, and 71 years later, she is still active as a nurse in Lowell. Read more: http://www.lowellsun.com/news/ci_30950097/ninety-one-year-old-lowell-nurses-capacity-caring#ixzz4g6zxx818
Menorah Park Ohio staff hosted “Seniors Revolt” an energizing Rally to encourage advocacy, which was covered by the local NBC and Fox news stations. Menorah Park staff were on hand to help residents, family members and friends write letters to their legislators on the importance of the care they receive, especially in anticipation of the
Cleveland Jewish News covers Menorah Park CEO’s first 100 days. http://www.clevelandjewishnews.com/features/health/jim-newbrough-menorah-park-ceo-s-first-days/article_8a0ffd2c-d81c-11e6-956d-0f361b487f35.html Founded in 1906, Menorah Park has had only four CEOs in its history. For more than a century Menorah Park has provided award-winning care and services to adults as they age in the Greater Cleveland area. The Menorah Park campus is home to the largest nursing facility in Ohio, one of the
The quality of nursing care for residents at Charles E. Smith Life Communities is due in no small part to the outstanding dedication and respected leadership of the director of nursing for long-term care, Olivia Kitcher-Yamikeh, RN, BSN, who has been recognized and honored for her superior performance by being named Maryland’s 2016 Director of