Call for Contributors
Did you know that you can contribute to HealthWorks Collective? That’s right, HWC has an open call for contributors and is looking for new voices to join our community. What does it mean to be a contributor? A HealthWorks Collective contributor provides content to be published on the site. That can be original writing produced exclusively for HWC or even something shared from your own blog. Sharing work on the site opens it up so that more people can be exposed to your work.
We are looking for unique perspectives on healthcare from a variety of different perspectives including hospital administration, health IT, and more. New regulations and technologies are changing the healthcare industry at a rapid rate and we want to hear how you and your colleagues are adapting. Spread that knowledge around.
Whether you are new to the industry or a healthcare veteran, we want to help share your voice with our community. Additionally, this is a great way to get your name in front of peers that you haven’t had the opportunity to connect with yet.
The process for becoming a contributor is simple. Just follow the guidelines laid out here to get the ball rolling! http://www.healthworkscollective.com/how-to-post
We are excited to see all the unique insights and ideas that our community can bring to the site. As always if you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us directly. We look forward to hearing from everyone soon.
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