Map: Where nurses are paid the most (and least)

A new Forbes analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data ranks all 50 states based on how much RNs are paid. See the average salary in your state with our interactive map.

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Haven just launched 'Haven Healthcare'

Haven, the joint health care venture between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase, in 2020 will pilot two health plans on 30,000 JPMorgan employees in Arizona and Ohio, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.

The 2019-2020 flu season so far, mapped

Eleven states are currently experiencing local or regional flu activity, according to the latest CDC data. See what flu activity looks like in your state with our interactive map.

What today's elections mean for health care

Gubernatorial and legislative elections being held Tuesday in Kentucky, Mississippi, and Virginia, as well as a gubernatorial election that will be held later this month in Louisiana, could decide whether hundreds of thousands of U.S. residents have access to Medicaid coverage.

Around the nation: Stryker plans to acquire Wright Medical for $4B

According to FierceHealthcare, the shoulder implants, replacements, and related technology that Wright manufactures will "help fill some of the largest gaps in Stryker's portfolio," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Michigan, and Tennessee.

Google Health's vision for your EHR, according to VP David Feinberg

Google Health VP David Feinberg at a conference last week outlined a vision for an EHR search function powered by Google technology.

Why more American children are uninsured, according to 2 new analyses

The uninsured rate among children rose for the second year in a row in 2018 due to children losing Medicaid and CHIP coverage, according to new analyses from the New York Times' "The Upshot" and Georgetown University's Center for Children and Families.

Judge blocks Trump policy that would deny visas for immigrants without health coverage

A federal judge on Saturday temporarily blocked a Trump administration policy under which the federal government would deny immigrants visas if they cannot prove they can afford to cover their medical expenses or that they will be enrolled in health coverage.