The 21 best places to work in health care, according to Glassdoor

Glassdoor on Wednesday released its annual Employees' Choice Awards for the best workplaces in 2020, and 21 health care and health care-adjacent organizations were recognized—including 16 Advisory Board members.

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More people are dying at home than in hospitals. Is that a good thing?

More people are dying at home than at the hospital for the first time in at least 50 years, according to a study published Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Stephen Hahn, MD Anderson CMO, confirmed as FDA commissioner

The Senate on Thursday voted 72-18 to confirm President Trump's nomination of Stephen Hahn to serve as FDA commissioner.

CMS OKs Medicaid work requirements in another nonexpansion state

CMS on Thursday approved two separate Medicaid waiver requests from South Carolina, a state where officials have not expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, to impose work requirements on certain Medicaid beneficiaries and change eligibility limits for adults with minor children.

Weekend reads: Could running a marathon actually help your knees?

Study suggests extra sleep may increase relative risk of stroke, why wheelchairs aren't permitted on planes—and how activists are campaigning for change, and more.

Why millions of Americans' sleep apnea goes undiagnosed—and untreated

Sleep apnea affects millions of Americans, but for many, proper diagnosis and treatment are out of reach, Austin Frakt and Aaron Carroll write for the New York Times' "The Upshot." Frakt and Carroll discuss their own experiences with the condition and explain how more Americans can access "treatment that makes a world of difference."

House approves Pelosi's Rx pricing bill, rejects GOP alternative

The House on Thursday voted 230-291 to pass House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill intended to lower prescription drug prices in the United States, and voted 201-223 to reject a bill introduced by House Republicans that was intended to serve as an alternative to Pelosi's measure.

The debate over 'surprise' billing isn't over: House lawmakers unveil a dueling proposal

The House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday announced new legislation, which is still being finalized, to address so-called "surprise" medical bills—just days after a Senate committee and different House committee announced their own bipartisan plan to address surprise bills, likely setting up Congress to resolve the issue in 2020.

Around the nation: Nurses save doctor who had a heart attack at gym

When Joe Blonski went into cardiac arrest at the gym, some nearby nurses jumped into action, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Florida, and Minnesota.