HIT – New ways providers can use IT to cut management costs

HIT – New ways providers can use IT to cut management costs

Without robust information sharing, the healthcare industry will be dead in its tracks. Unfortunately, even after decades of technological advances and increasing industry collaboration on standards adoption, some health information technology (HIT) systems still lack interoperability, preventing provider organizations from effectively tracking their performance, managing transitions of care and coordinating care.

ExperienceIT bridges skills with IT opportunities, careers

ExperienceIT bridges skills with IT opportunities, careers

Now in its second year, ExperienceIT is a training program developed and put forth by Detroit’s leading IT-focused companies, including: Quicken Loans, GalaxE.Solutions, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, DTE, Fathead, Marketing Associates and Title Source along with workforce agencies WIN and Detroit Employment Solutions Corp.

Detroit: A thriving place to build your business

Detroit: A thriving place to build your business

Detroit has experienced a net increase of 11,000 jobs since 2010, according to an April 2015 report from the Global Cities Initiative: a Joint Project of Brookings and JP Morgan Chase. Young people are flocking to the city; 19% of the population is made up of 25 to 34-year-olds.

ExperienceIT bridges skills with IT opportunities, careers

IT in the D launches new training program

IT in the D, founded in 2012, is the collaboration between leading information technology organizations and workforce agencies in Detroit. Marking an evolution of the IT in the D program, ExperienceIT is designed to transition students from the classroom to the workplace through real world IT projects, mentorship, and training as they advance their technology careers.

Create a résumé that will stand out

Create a résumé that will stand out

As director of global recruit­ing for GalaxE Solutions, an IT company with offices in Detroit, New Jersey, Canada and India, Ryan Hoyle estimates he sees several hundred résumés a week – a number that can spike to the thousands when the company receives media coverage.