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SOURCE HEALTHeCAREERS Network

DENVER, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bryan Bassett has joined Dice Holdings, Inc. as Managing Director of HEALTHeCAREERS Network, Health Callings and BioSpace.

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"I'm excited about this opportunity on a number of fronts. As the healthcare regulatory environment gains clarity, so does the growing demand for a wide variety of nurses, doctors and allied health professionals," said Bryan Bassett, Managing Director. "The combination of HEALTHeCAREERS and Health Callings gives us the community, traffic, products and experienced staff to provide even greater value for customers and partners. It's also personally rewarding to return and find so many of our original hospitals, recruiters and associations have remained trusted partners over nearly two decades. I'm looking forward to reconnecting!"

Bassett founded HEALTHeCAREERS in 1992 and led as CEO until the business was sold to Warburg Pincus in 2007. Bryan has a deep understanding of the healthcare market and pioneered the association strategy that is foundational to HEALTHeCAREERS' success. Following 15 years at HEALTHeCAREERS, Bryan was Senior Advisor at Adelphi Capital, a mid market investment banking firm where he provided capital formation and advisory services for a variety of healthcare, technology and software clients. Bryan also volunteers as a Co-Founder of the Accelerator and Mentorship Program at University of Denver and until recently as Chairman of the 9-1-1 Colorado Foundation.

HEALTHeCAREERS Network is a recruiting solution built through partnerships with the nation's leading medical societies and associations. "Medical associations have a key role to play in ensuring the transformation of our healthcare delivery system results in a quality experience and outcome for patients. HEALTHeCAREERS is a well-positioned partner in this effort with innovative business and technology solutions supported by the industry's most experienced people," shared Bassett.

About HEALTHeCAREERS
HEALTHeCAREERS allows employers to recruit a wide spectrum of qualified healthcare candidates from dozens of career centers operated on behalf of association partners under a single contract with volume discounts. The combined HEALTHeCAREERS and Health Callings enterprise serves more than 13,000 employers with over 38,000 job postings each month and more than 1.4M monthly visits. To learn more about HEALTHeCAREERS offerings for employers, recruiters and job seekers, please visit healthecareers.com, our blog, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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