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MedMasters Creates a Unique Niche in the Health Care Industry
Date:1/14/2014

re actively looking for a job. This job-related information can only be viewed by job advertisers such as recruiters and hiring managers and is kept confidential from their peers and other medical professionals.” He also points out medical professionals can advertise themselves by setting up a “very specific” profile based on user type, job functions, specialties and the location where they live. Professionals can essentially add themselves to a professional directory based upon their skill sets and can be found by others based on what they do. “This comes in handy for job advertisers because our MedMatch feature will automatically identify professionals that match the job requirements of their job postings.”

Fromme, a 15-year veteran of the medical device industry, says MedMasters combines the usefulness of professional networking applications with the added functionality of a traditional job board that allows medical professionals and recruiters to easily connect with each other. The idea was borne of seeing recruiters and employers having to rely on multiple tools and processes to source good candidates. The trouble, Fromme says, was not with the recruiters or candidates, but with the process by which candidates were matched with available opportunities.

“With MedMasters, we wanted to design a comprehensive tool where we bridged opportunities with people in the health care field, with the end goal of providing positive experiences for all types of members," Fromme explained. "By including social applications and other wide-ranging features, we feel the matching and hiring processes will be more beneficial for both recruiters and medical professionals”.

Aside from MedMatch, other top features include the MedConnect portal where members build and manage their network, the Tagging feature, which serves as a virtual Rolodex™ to maintain contacts for easy recall, and the Shout-Out broadcasting system, which allows job advertisers
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