(Lombard, Ill.) Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 – Eric Born, Managing Director of Medix IT, a division of Medix that specializes in placing qualified Healthcare Information Technology (HIT), Infrastructure and Application Development professionals, will present the “Five Hot Skills for Advancement in Healthcare Information Technology (HIT)” at the 2014 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition on Monday, Feb. 24.
“HIT is an ever-evolving field, so it’s important for new professionals launching their career and seasoned professionals looking for a change to understand where they need to focus in order to grab an HIT opportunity,” said Born. “In my presentation, I will provide an overview of how attendees can position themselves to obtain these jobs and reach their HIT career goals.”
Attendees will also understand HIT’s skill shortage and learn how to stand out as job candidates. Born’s presentation will be at 1 p.m. ET in the Career Service Center within the Orange County Convention Center.
“I am excited to present at HIMSS14 and incredibly grateful for the opportunity to positively impact the attendees by giving them information to help begin their HIT careers,” said Born.
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