President Trump on Wednesday said he expects a health care reform plan to be released as soon as next month, although it's unclear whether the plan would be developed by the White House or how it would fit in amid the range of other GOP health care proposals.
A 2016 report from Harvard Business School shows the number of joint MD/MBA programs has more than doubled since 2000—serving the rising number of aspiring doctors who want to study both the art and the business of medicine.
An Associated Press investigation finds that reported incidents of drug loss or theft at federal hospitals—which include more than 1,100 Veterans Affairs facilities and about 30 other hospitals—increased from 272 in 2009 to 2,926 in 2015.
Last week, Facebook rolled out a new feature that allows employers to post jobs and candidates to apply directly through the social media platform. Advisory Board's Micha'le Simmons gave the Daily Briefing her take on the new feature—and her three best practices for crafting effective online job posts.
Anthony Armada, CEO of Seattle-based Swedish Health Services, has resigned after a Seattle Times investigation raised questions about quality and compensation practices at the neurosurgery department at a system hospital. System officials say the interim CEO's "immediate next steps will be to strengthen relationships with our medical staff, as well as our caregivers and the community."