Topic: Recruitment and Retention
High-deductible health plans are commonplace today, but few employers have fully replaced their benefits with such plans, according to a new report.
There’s been plenty of attention paid to the growing physician shortage, but many practices are also struggling to find and keep nonclinical staff.
Dana-Farber and MGH are confronting a lack of diversity among clinicians by focusing on improved recruitment of clinicians and patients.
An op-ed piece in JAMA warns that meaningful cost reduction in the healthcare industry won’t happen without slowing employment growth in the sector.
There’s a new generation of doctors entering the workforce, and practices hoping to recruit and retain these millennials must understand their mindset.
Nursing executives are worried that the industry's ongoing nurse shortage is negatively impacting care quality and patient satisfaction.
Ascension Health has cut hundreds of jobs in Michigan, a growing trend as systems face fiscal pressures.
The hospital says former CEO Joseph Woodin has failed to make any payments on a $250,000 promissory note.
Hospitals suffer financially as the nursing shortage worsens, according to a new report from Moody’s Investor Service.
Are hospitals choosing subpar candidates to fill positions in the midst of a labor shortage?