As the health care industry struggles with growing workforce shortages, three health systems share the innovative ways they are recruiting and retaining their workers, Carol Davis writes for HealthLeaders Media.
A group of smokers were suddenly relieved of their nicotine addictions following brain damage, suggesting a network of interconnected brain regions may be the underlying basis of many addictions, according to a new study published in Nature Medicine.
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Adam Smiley Poswolsky, a keynote speaker on promoting belonging and human connection in the workplace, provides four steps companies can take to "connect and support" their Gen Z employees.
Many preventive screening services are covered at no cost to patients—but when they produce an abnormal result, patients are often responsible for subsequent, expensive diagnostic tests, leading to financial burdens.
HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra tested positive for the coronavirus for the second time in a month, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and New Jersey.
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