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Doctors who work for nonacademic, private hospital systems outearn their counterparts in academic settings—some by as much as $123,000.
As more medical care shifts from hospital to home, families take on more complex, risky medical tasks for their loved ones.
The hospitals considered to be the best places to work were described by employees as inspiring, diverse and offered opportunities for advancement.
The law doesn’t require Medicare ACOs to disclose their physician payment incentives, and now a new study finds that most aren't willing to either.
Academic medical center leaders have one more thing to worry about—their organizations are more susceptible than others to large data breaches.
Complex procedures can require surgeons to be on their feet and focused for hours, and they've learned a few tricks that can help sustain those long stretches of effort.
Healthcare leaders are backing a plan to bring ultra-fast internet service to the four largest cities in Westchester County, New York.
More organizations are opening free-standing emergency departments and no-frills “micro-hospitals” for their convenience and accessibility. Those models may also fix New York’s troubled hospital system, says the head of the New York State Health Foundation.
The American Hospital Association has issued a new guide on how hospitals can create community benefit programs.