It's quite likely that employees and physicians at your practice span across four different generations, from Baby Boomers to Millennials, creating--as a recent Forbes slideshow put it--"a Petri dish for problems." But don't believe the common stereotypes about various age groups.
Healthcare jobs are high on the list of fastest-growing U.S. occupations, according to Career Builder,despite the latest Altarum Institute report that shows job growth in the healthcare sector slowed in October.
In an era of healthcare reform, the industry can achieve higher quality care and better outcomes for patients by closing and consolidating low-volume hospitals, according to an article by Robert Pearl, M.D., a contributor to Forbes.
An MTV show that follows travel nurses is getting mixed reviews from healthcare industry leaders.
Whether it's taking a cue from Major League Baseball to improve patient experience, or looking to reality TV to turn innovative ideas into action, other industries continue to offer hospital and...
Many surgeons feel emotionally affected by surgical complications and want more support, a new study published in the British Journal of Surgery said.
With an aging population and expanded insurance coverage under healthcare reform creating more demand for services and threatening to worsen the projected primary care provider shortage, the governor of New Mexico wants to launch a $220,000 marketing campaign to recruit nurses from other states to work in the Land of Enchantment, according to the Associated Press.
Despite widespread forecasts that the country will face a primary care shortage due to more patients seeking services as a result of the Affordable Care Act, a new study in Health Affairs suggests the forecasts may be inaccurate because they don't account for changes in the way primary care is delivered
The federal IT procurement process is a complex mess in need of a major overhaul, according to David Blumenthal, former National Coordinator for Health IT.
The competition to recruit physicians is fierce, but a new survey from staffing company the Medicus Firm offers insight into physicians' wish lists for an ideal place to work.