Topic: Recruitment and Retention
Glassdoor released its list of best places to work in 2018, and a number of healthcare organizations made the cut.
Kevin Lynch will follow his former colleague Mitchell Katz, M.D., to NYC Health and Hospitals to serve as the system's CIO.
Doctors who work for nonacademic, private hospital systems outearn their counterparts in academic settings—some by as much as $123,000.
Community health centers are tightening their belts over uncertainty about future federal funding.
It wasn’t easy for David Loxterkamp, M.D., when two younger doctors left the family practice where he works in rural Maine earlier this year.
The University of Houston System has voted to create a medical school it says will address the shortage of primary care physicians.
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.