✔️ 50 common ehealth / digital health questions prepared by hiring managers, recruiters, and successful candidates in the ehealth field (see breakdown below).
✔️ 10 general ehealth / digital health questions with question analysis and sample answer.
✔️ 20 questions for project management type positions (ie. project manager, project analyst, project coordinator, etc.) with question analysis and sample answer.
✔️ 20 questions for business analyst type positions (ie. clinical analyst, health informatics specialist, clinical informatics analyst, etc.) with question analysis and sample answer.
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About the Book
The application process to any position in ehealth field can sometimes be very competitive. Qualified applicants often are rejected either because their resume and cover letter are poorly written or most importantly, their interview did not go well. Many applicants don’t realize that those who are offered a position are only the best candidates in the application process, which may or may not actually be the best person to perform the job.
Your goal when applying anywhere in ehealth is to become the best candidate in the application process. This is an entirely different skillset than being a professional in ehealth (ie. project manager or business analyst).
We prepared this book because we have seen too many well-qualified candidates fall short of finding a good job because of poor performance on their interviews. We do not want to let that happen to you.
Each question presented in this book is accompanied by a Question Analysis and Sample Answer section:
💡 Question Analysis
The Question Analysis section dissects the question, revealing the actual question behind the question being asked, what the interviewer would like to know, and the purpose of the question. It includes strategies for answering and some points to include in your response.
✔️ Sample Answer
The sample answers are sourced from hiring managers and successful candidates in ehealth field. For many of the sample answers, they are real answers provided by successful candidates but with details / place of work altered to protect individual privacy. Otherwise, the sample answers are sourced from currently working ehealth professionals on how they would have answered if they were asked that question in an interview.