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Free Recruitment Services to US Hospitals to Aid in COVID-19 Relief


Dice, a career hub for tech professionals, is offering six months of recruitment benifits for free to aid against COVID-19.

DHI Group, Inc. recently announced that Dice, its leading career hub for technology professionals, has committed to provide U.S. hospitals with six months of recruitment offerings free of charge to aid in the fight against COVID-19, according to a release.

U.S. hospitals will now have access to technologists skilled in healthcare and the ability to post tech jobs within Dice. 

“Hospitals have been heavily impacted by the Coronavirus. Frontline healthcare workers have been working tirelessly to provide medical care to those fighting COVID-19, and hospital management have needed to drastically adjust to a new normal," says Art Zeile, CEO of DHI Group, Inc., parent company to Dice. "Many hospitals are currently facing increased demands on their electronic medical record technologies, dealing with gaps in staff technologist roles that could provide mainframe support, and are having trouble filling administrative roles to help scale. Dice is committed to providing hospitals with recruitment relief during this unprecedented time.” 

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Dice can provide active candidate profiles of tech specialists skilled to support some of the biggest needs facing hospitals: 

  • Electronic Medical Records (EMR): Dice has over 3,700 technologists with EMR experience that have been active in the last 90 days. Additionally, over 1,600 active candidates on Dice are specifically skilled in Epic, one of the most oft-used pieces of software for EMR. 

  • Healthcare Administration: There are over 9,400 active technologists with healthcare administration experience who can provide crucial management and oversight support for hospitals. 

  • Mainframe Technologies: The technologies used to build and maintain older mainframes require deep knowledge of COBOL, or common business-orientated language. Over 8,000 active technologists wiht the organization have COBOL experience. 

To provide hospitals with highly qualified technologists who can help solve the issues facing hospitals today and in the future, the recruitment offering will allow access to top technologists with all levels of experience, the release says.

How to Get Started 

  • Hospitals can take advantage of this opportunity beginning May 1, 2020. Dice is encouraging hospitals to sign up before July 1, 2020 to receive the full benefit of six months of assistance before the end of 2020. 

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