Although the healthcare sector is one of the economy's biggest generator of jobs, hospitals are creating fewer positions these days, AHA News Now reported.
In the wake of sweeping healthcare reform and shifting priorities throughout the industry, nonprofit hospitals can expect to see new trends in 2014, according to the Nonprofit Quarterly.
To boost physician engagement, hospitals should make sure physicians are engaged with their organization as well as with their work, according to Becker's Hospital Review.
This week in healthcare news we learned that hospital staff are bullied at work and employees often come to work sick, despite the link between sick healthcare workers and patient illness. Both...
Florida Hospital in College Park, Fla., will build apartments geared toward their own hospital hospital workers in an effort to keep staff as happy and healthy as possible, according to an Orlando Sentinel report.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey is one of top 10 nonprofit companies cited for helping women rise through the leadership ranks.
A physician's first-hand account of his experience with institutional racism reveals the need for hospital leaders to improve policies and practices to stamp out this wide-spread, but often ignored, problem.
Despite the rising number of flu cases, a significant portion of healthcare workers refuse vaccinations and many go to work and care for patients even when they are sick themselves.
Less than 10 percent of practices responding to a survey issued by the Medical Group Management Association are ready for the transition to ICD-10, the group announced this week.
Nurses certified in 2004-2005 believed there were more job opportunities and they were more likely to find jobs than nurses who graduated in 2010-2011, a comparison study of the two groups found.