Emily Ceglar, a nurse at St. Luke's Hospital, walked through nearly two feet of snow in snowshoes for 2.5 hours to get to work because road conditions weren't safe for driving, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Virginia.
Many meetings break down because their participants try to tackle challenges using 'intuitive problem solving'—an approach that's 'highly effective' for individuals but counterproductive in group settings, Al Pittampalli writes for Harvard Business Review. Here's a better way to collaborate for success.
A new California law meant to regulate "gig" labor is worrying health care leaders, who anticipate changes in their ability to hire and staff experienced nurses. Here's what you should know, according to Advisory Board's Katherine Virkstis and Jackie Kimmell.
Most Medicare beneficiaries do not switch health plans from year to year, even as new benefits become available and costs associated with the plans change, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis released Monday.
Of the 40 million caregivers in the United States, one-fourth are millennials, according to a report from the AARP Public Policy Institute. Reporting for the New York Times, Susan Garland shares the unique challenges facing younger caregivers.
Founders of the startup Outcome Health used 'big promises' to defraud clients and investors out of nearly $1 billion, according to a STAT+ report on a federal indictment made public on Monday and related charges filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Vermont last week became the second state to submit to HHS a proposal to import prescription drugs from Canada, as President Trump in recent weeks has reiterated his intention to allow states to do so.