Topic: Recruitment and Retention
Employers are rethinking their approach to health benefit design to curb costs—and to stay competitive in a tight job market, a new report shows.
Medical professionals are often saddled with student loan debt, but a community hospital in New York state has come up with a way to help.
Doctors and others testify before a House Committee about the impact of student loan debt.
Healthcare is a good industry for women to work in, but barriers remain for those seeking to reach the C-suite—especially for women of color.
Last year marked a new milestone for physician practices. There are now fewer physician owners than employees, according to the AMA.
Clover Health will cut 140 jobs, about a quarter of its workforce, in a bid to add more clinical and insurance expertise to its team.
Finding a good practice manager can play a significant role in a medical practice’s success, but it’s not always easy to find the right fit.
Healthcare prices are growing at a rate that’s slower than the overall inflation rate, and there are signs that this trend may be the new normal.
Almost 10 years after new accreditation requirements were put in place, there are more women, black and Hispanic students studying in U.S. med schools.
Turnover among nurses is a persistent workforce problem, but monitoring several “intent to stay” factors can strengthen recruitment and retention.