Writing for Harvard Business Review, the Boston Consulting Group's Frank Breitling, Julia Dhar, Ruth Ebeling, and Deborah Lovich outline six steps employers can take to combat "unrelenting" attrition rates amid the "Great Resignation." To dive deeper into actionable insights, we’ve included a curated list of Advisory Board resources for guidance on retention, recruitment, and general workforce strategy.
As Covid-19 vaccine mandates push more holdouts to get their shots, several anti-vaccine groups are sharing ways to "undo" the vaccine, Ben Collins writes for NBC News. Experts say this is "just not physically possible."
To help people managing Covid-19 in their homes—and avoid further burdening overwhelmed hospitals—several industry experts developed Covid Watch, an automated text messaging system that monitored individuals' symptoms to determine when, and if, they needed to go to the ED. Here's how well the system worked—and what it might mean for health care going forward.
Lawsuits against President Biden's Covid-19 vaccine mandate for large employers will be heard by the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati. Although the assignment to the Sixth Circuit was random, experts say the mandate faces an "uphill battle" in that appeals court.
Health equity has become a top priority for many health care organizations, Nora Tepper writes for Modern Healthcare. Here's how the federal government and four commercial health organizations are implementing their equity initiatives. With ample approaches to take, there are three hallmarks that ensure a robust health equity strategy, according to Advisory Board’s Lauren Woodrow.
Cardinal Health has announced a new test program that would use drones to make deliveries to pharmacies, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Illinois, Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Ohio.
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