At the height of the pandemic, travel nurses were earning as much as $10,000 a week. But now, travel nursing expenses for hospitals have dropped significantly—a trend that could help hospitals with their bottom lines, David Wainer writes for Wall Street Journal.
Around 20% of Americans say they are concerned about contracting monkeypox, but many still don't have basic knowledge of the disease, according to a new survey from the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Public Policy Center. See Americans' beliefs about monkeypox detailed in our interactive charts.
Favoring some employees over others is often seen as something managers should avoid. But a recent study in the Harvard Business Review says playing favorites in the right way can be beneficial for your employees.
New York Attorney General Letitia James sued CVS Health, alleging that the company violated antitrust laws by requiring safety net hospitals to exclusively use one of its subsidiaries when filling 340B-eligible prescriptions, in today's bite-sized hospital and industry news from the District of Columbia, New York, and North Carolina.