Topic: Employee Engagement
Health data for more than 18,000 patients from the Henry Ford Health System was either viewed or stolen.
Community health centers are tightening their belts over uncertainty about future federal funding.
If healthcare organizations use accreditation solely to meet state or federal requirements, they are missing opportunities to improve quality.
Eleven hospital CEOs left their jobs in October, compared to 15 in the same time frame last year.
To address staff shortages, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center plans to recruit from new populations.
Though 41% of healthcare workers saw their salaries increase over the past year, many are concerned about what the future holds for their paychecks.
Brigham and Women's Hospital is taking a multipronged approach to engaging physicians in how to change and lead healthcare.
Five case studies from around the world offer "frugal innovations" that the U.S. could learn from or replicate.
The percentage of registered nurses who plan to retire in less than a year is up significantly, a finding that indicates the long-predicted wave of retirements among baby boomer nurses is already underway, according to a new survey from staffing firm AMN Healthcare.
Women of color are severely underrepresented among U.S. physicians, and the Greenlining Institute has developed some policy solutions.