U.S. News & World Report released its 2021 list of the 25 "Best Paying Jobs" in the United States, and all 10 of the top-ranking jobs are in the health care industry. Advisory Board's Clare Wirth and Daniel Kuzmanovich weigh in on the rankings and offer 5 tips on building an effective physician compensation model.
The American Hospital Association and America's Essential Hospitals on Wednesday separately issued statements supporting hospitals that require Covid-19 vaccines for their staffs. Here's why the organizations spoke out—and why some leading health systems, including Cleveland Clinic and Intermountain Healthcare, are still holding off on mandates.
Young-onset dementia may be more than twice as common as previously thought, according to a new study in JAMA Neurology—and the researchers behind the study believe dementia is still underdiagnosed in younger and middle-aged patients.
The lambda coronavirus variant, which first emerged in Peru late last year, has been labeled a "variant of interest" or "variant under investigation" by public health authorities worldwide. Here's what experts have to say about how much Americans should worry about the variant.
In what experts believe is the first confirmed case of monkeypox in the United States in 18 years, a Texas resident who recently returned from a trip to Africa was hospitalized with the virus—and officials are monitoring 200 people across 27 states who may have been exposed.
Several counties in California recommend their residents wear mask indoors as the delta variant spreads, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia.