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Updated Sep 23, 2015

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Mercy Health President & CEO John M. Starcher, Jr.
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Looking for ideas for a slight "career change". I can't stand working bedside/acute care nursing anymore, officially burnt out. Does anyone have any experience with informatics based nursing jobs, or clinical documentation specialist positions? EMR auditing? Remote jobs? Pros/cons? Do you find there are part time positions available? I don't have my masters just my BSN/RB, nor do I plan on going back for my masters, would possibly consider a certification if really necessary.

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  1. 2.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

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    Sep 23, 2015 - Regional Manager in Maineville, OH
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    Great coworkers make it bearable.

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    Culture is very poor. No accountability.

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We’re proud to be recognized as a 2022 Top Company for Multicultural Women by Seramount, part of EAB, for our commitment to diversity and inclusion and to advancing the careers of multicultural women in our workplace. Sandra D. Mackey, chief marketing officer, has seen that commitment firsthand since joining the ministry in 2017. She appreciates the ministry’s overall culture, which she says is committed to the community and believes in treating everyone as a person first, not an ethnicity or color and works to break down barriers. “As a woman of color, I take great pride in working for a ministry that is dedicated to diversity and inclusion,” Sandra said. At Bon Secours Mercy Health, we’re creating the best place for multicultural women – and every associate – to work so they feel empowered to grow in their careers and as individuals. You can read more about this recognition here: https://bit.ly/3OV3iAV
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