Topic: Recruitment and Retention
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.
NYC Health + Hospitals CEO Mitchell Katz says the system has treated at least 12 migrant children separated from their parents, and more healthcare news.
The VA health system still faces challenges in recruiting and retaining clinicians, according to a new report.
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.