Academic medical centers suffer from a major gender gap that will only continue to grow unless leaders acknowledge the problem, according to commentary published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
As American companies continue to expand wellness programs for their employees, one former Harvard professor says the whole concept is suspect at best, according to BenefitsPro.
Overall, physicians' pay increased a mere 1.8 percent over the past year, according to the 2015 "Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey" from Minneapolis-based Sullivan, Cotter and Associates.
Public employees hired to create and build Healthcare.gov were not trained or managed properly to successfully complete their duties, according to a federal audit.
Demand for experienced nurses continues to grow, and vacancy rates have more than doubled in recent years at hospitals around the country. However, new graduates are increasingly competing with experienced nurses.
Each year, our annual list of influential women in health IT--compiled with the help of reader nominations--includes individuals at the forefront of efforts merging patient care with technology. Once again, we asked readers to submit to us who they think are progressing those efforts, and once again, they did not disappoint.
In an exclusive interview with FierceHealthcare, Adriane Willig, a principal at executive search firm's Witt/Kieffer's healthcare practice, offers suggestions for healthcare leaders to successfully manage a virtual workforce.
Nurses working shifts of 12 hours or longer are at severe risk for burnout, according to an international study published in BMJ Open.
From Affordable Care Act drama to industry consolidation, health insurance executives have had a rough few months.