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March 5, 2018

Weekly review: Uber launched 'Uber Health'

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    The 5 'Toughest Jobs to Fill' in health care, according to CareerCast. Here's our take. (Monday, Feb. 26)
    Home health aide is the hardest health care job to fill on CareerCast's list of the "Toughest Jobs to Fill in 2018." Here's our take on why some health care jobs are so tough to recruit for—and how you can find the right candidates for those roles.

    Apple to run its own health clinics for employees, CNBC reports (Tuesday, Feb. 27)
    Apple this spring plans to roll out its own onsite clinics for employees, CNBC reports—with plans for a subsidiary to hire doctors, and job postings promising "stunning, state-of-the-art medical centers."

    The 100 'Best Hospitals' in 2018, according to Healthgrades (Wednesday, Feb. 28)
    Healthgrades this week released its annual list of "America's Best Hospitals," recognizing hospitals based on their performance across several common conditions and procedures.

    Uber launched 'Uber Health' (Thursday, March 1)
    Ride-sharing company Uber on Thursday announced the launch of Uber Health, a platform that health care providers can use to book rides for their patients.

    The best—and worst—states for health care, according to US News (Friday, March 2)
    U.S. News & World Report finds significant variations in access to care, health care quality, and public health among some of its top-ranked states.

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