10 things to remember about memory loss (dementia)

Posted by admin on July 29, 2009

According to familydoctor.org: What are some common signs of dementia? Dementia causes many problems for the person who has it and for the person’s family. Many of the problems are caused by memory loss. Some common signs of dementia are listed below. Not everyone who has dementia will have all of these signs. Recent memory […]

Assisted Living Candidates Have a Shelf Life: Act now!

Posted by admin on July 28, 2009

Just like a carton of milk, great health care candidates are perishable.  Great candidates have a shelf life and if you want to hire the best, act now. Do you operate an assisted living facility?  Do you operate a skilled nursing facility?  If a terrific Executive Director of Director of Nursing becomes available, reach out to them, interview […]

Bold 2.0: Google, Noe Namath, The Moon and Recruitment

Posted by admin on July 25, 2009

How bold is Google?  They announced that they are targeting Microsoft’s revenue: “The arrival of the Chrome OS is a direct threat to one of Microsoft’s main revenue streams: sales of the Windows operating system for netbook PCs. It also comes at a time when Microsoft is on the eve of launching its most promising […]

Health Care Industry: Reinventing Yourself in 5 Easy steps

Posted by admin on July 14, 2009

by Bernie Reikind, CEO and Founder of Premier Search, Inc. www.psihealth.com  It’s such a cliche that change is the only constant, but change is difficult because it means all the things that you have come to take for granted may no longer work in your business or personal life.  Reinventing yourself has never been more […]

Health Care Jobs: Forget Google, Monster and Careerbuilder

Posted by admin on July 7, 2009

By Bernie Reifkind, CEO of Premier Search, Inc. (800) 801-1400 Employer’s are increasingly relying on job boards such as Monster and Careerbuilder (or Yahoo jobs, etc) to find the best available health care candidates. To be fair, these job boards are useful in the way advertising used to be useful in the Sunday want ads. […]