Airbnb last month announced that it is teaming up with two cancer organizations to expand a program that allows patients traveling far distances for critical medical care to stay in an Airbnb at no cost—a move that will increase the service's presence in the health care sector.
The new academic system would train about 2,300 students, residents, and fellows per year, and it would offer the nation's largest post-graduate fellowship program for NPs and PAs, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Illinois, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday declared the measles outbreak affecting the city a public health emergency and is requiring all residents of certain ZIP codes to receive the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine—prompting legal questions.
Zapping adults' brains with electrical current for 25 minutes reversed their age-related decline in working memory, allowing some people to experience "the superior function [they] had when [they] were much younger," according to a study published Monday in Nature Neuroscience.
The average physician salary rose to $313,000 in 2019—but some physicians make more than twice as much as others, according to the Medscape Physician Compensation 2019 report. Explore the latest trends in compensation by specialty, geography, gender, and other factors on our interactive charts.