Topic: Recruitment and Retention
States that will participate in the new nurse licensing compact are Iowa, Kentucky, Tennessee, Delaware, Idaho and Arizona.
At Boston Medical Center, a key strategy in recruiting and retaining frontline workers is recognizing what they do.
Once again hospital CEOs ranked finances as their top concerns, according to the latest ACHE survey.
Baby boomers are beginning to retire in large numbers, and the public health workforce could take a significant hit as a result, according to a new study.
Tom Price, M.D., who resigned in September as the head of HHS, is now an advisory board member of a Georgia staffing firm.
A new report shows that the rate of hospital CEO turnover may be leveling off.
David Bailey, M.D., the longtime head of the Nemours Children’s Health System, announced he will retire this year.
Tenet Healthcare plans to cut 2% of its workforce and $250 million in expenses.
FierceHealthcare looks at some of the biggest headlines of 2017, including the resignation of Tom Price as HHS secretary.
Unless Congress provides funding, many of the 9,800 community health centers across the U.S. will have to cut back services.