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Albert Einstein Healthcare Network Turns to InterviewDirect to Qualify Job Candidates
Date:10/22/2007

One of Philadelphia Area's Leading Employers Adopts InterviewDirect to

Recruit Medical, Management, and Customer Support Positions

CHERRY HILL, N.J., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Trend Integration, LLC, the foremost provider of telephone-based job candidate screening solutions, today announced that the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network has selected its InterviewDirect service to pre-qualify job candidates for selected positions. InterviewDirect eliminates the historical inefficiencies of the manual phone screening process by leveraging telephone, IVR and Web technologies. Through InterviewDirect, applicants are asked a series of qualifying questions to determine whether or not to advance them in the hiring process.

Albert Einstein Healthcare Network employs 7,000 people providing a full range of healthcare services throughout the communities of North Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Pa. A founding member of the Jefferson Health System, Einstein combines the best of academic medicine and community service.

The Einstein Community Health Associates (ECHA) organization already uses InterviewDirect to pre-screen medical assistants, office managers, and the call center representatives who schedule doctor appointments. Many ECHA managers are involved in the recruitment process and in order to provide them with optimum flexibility as well as increase efficiency in its recruitment practices, ECHA turned to Trend Integration to leverage its InterviewDirect service. Because InterviewDirect's telephone screening service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, line managers do not need to interrupt their day with phone interviews. Instead, these managers can evaluate the results whenever it best fits into their day. The result has been faster hires through faster candidate evaluations.

Hal Cohen, CEO of Trend Integration, stated, "By using InterviewDirect, ECHA can screen more applicants and quickly advance them in the hiring process. As a result, they are able to get the right candidates before other healthcare organizations do, which translates into fewer unfilled positions and better patient care."

About Albert Einstein Healthcare Network

Albert Einstein Healthcare Network is a 1,200 bed integrated delivery network serving the communities of North Philadelphia and Montgomery County, PA. A founding member of the Jefferson Health System, Einstein combines the best of academic medicine and community service, employing nearly 7,000 people, and offering training programs for physician residents and fellows, nurses and other health professionals. The Network provides healthcare services through the Albert Einstein Medical Center and Einstein at Elkins Park hospitals, its Moss Rehab and Belmont Behavioral Health divisions, Germantown Community Health Services, Willow Terrace (a nursing home), Willowcrest (a center for subacute care), outpatient facilities such as Center One and Einstein Neighborhood Healthcare, network of primary care and specialist practices throughout the community. For more information, visit http://www.einstein.edu or call 1-800-EINSTEIN.

About Trend Integration

Trend Integration's InterviewDirect services improve the job applicant phone screening process for both the applicant and the hiring firm. Used by a wide range of clients, including retailers, global consulting firms, and insurance companies, InterviewDirect speeds time-to-hire while improving quality-of-hire, enabling organizations to pre-screen more applicants and build talent pipelines.

Headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J., privately held Trend Integration was founded in 2002 by a staffing company owner and a media technology business CEO. Together they sought to improve the interviewing process across all job types for recruiters and hiring managers. More information can be accessed at http://www.InterviewDirect.com .


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