Just say 'No'—it's how your most successful colleagues get ahead (Feb. 21)
Writing for Glassdoor's blog, Amy Elisa Jackson shares three strategies for turning down extra work, while still coming out on top.
Diagnosed with a rare disease, this doctor took matters into his own hands (Feb. 22)
Seven years ago, physician David Fajgenbaum was diagnosed with Castleman disease—a rare condition that nearly derailed his medical training. Now, he's leading research that may revolutionize treatment of the disease, Katie Thomas writes for the New York Times.
Now you can post jobs to Facebook. Here's how to do it right. (Feb. 23)
Earlier this month, 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.
151 years and 3 ACOs later, here's where Tom Zenty is taking University Hospitals next (Feb. 23)
In this edition of "Lessons from the C-suite," Tom Zenty, CEO of University Hospitals, talks to Managing Partner Eric Larsen and Managing Principal Liz Hughes about how Tom knew he wanted to go into health care administration at age 15, why he has a Charles Darwin quote in his office, and how his system is approaching the "new age of consumerism."
Healthgrades names its 100 'Best Hospitals' for 2017 (Feb. 24)
Healthgrades last week released its annual list of "America's Best Hospitals," recognizing hospitals based on their performance across multiple common conditions and procedures.