Keyword: Yale New Haven Health
Victims of firearm injuries offer emergency departments an opportunity to provide interventions that could prevent similar incidents in the future.
Hospitals have turned to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to recruit nurses as more RNs on the mainland retire.
Doctors who work for nonacademic, private hospital systems outearn their counterparts in academic settings—some by as much as $123,000.
The hospitals considered to be the best places to work were described by employees as inspiring, diverse and offered opportunities for advancement.
Recent efforts to reduce hospital readmissions for common medical conditions have not led to an increase in death rates, a new study finds.
Healthcare organizations are taking action to address discrimination aimed at cultural and religious minority doctors and staff.
A new metric used to determine the highest-paid hospital CEOs based on patient days is “uninformed and unreliable,” said the American Hospital Association.
When it comes to health and wellness, providers—and their Twitter accounts—have your back. Or is it your waistline?
Emergency room staff beware: Two super moons are scheduled for November 14 and December 14. And that likely means chaos and lunacy for hospital workers in the ER and delivery rooms.