February 18, 2020

Weekly review: The 250 'Best Hospitals,' according to Healthgrades

Daily Briefing

    Suicide in America, in 5 charts (Monday, Feb. 10)
    Deaths by suicide in the United States are on the rise, particularly among young adults and men, and reached 25,850 suicides in 2016, according to the latest CDC data. See the trends, charted.

    What's driving millennial and Gen Z nurses, according to a 1,250-nurse survey (Tuesday, Feb. 11)
    The nursing field is at a generational crossroads, with millennials and Generation Z increasingly making up a larger share of the nursing workforce. Here are their key priorities and expectations for their jobs, according to a new HCA Healthcare survey.

    The 250 'Best Hospitals,' according to Healthgrades (Wednesday, Feb. 12)
    Healthgrades last Tuesday named the recipients of the 2020 America's Best Hospitals Awards, which recognize the 250 top hospitals in the country—and 229 are Advisory Board members.

    'I don't know if I will go home alive': Inside the cruise ship where 3,000+ people are quarantined (Thursday, Feb. 13)
    More than 3,000 passengers and crew aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship were quarantined after a passenger tested positive for the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19.

    More millennial workers want accommodations for mental health. Are employers ready? (Friday, Feb. 14)
    As the number of young workers with mental health conditions increases, employers are facing a growing number of requests for mental health-related disability accommodations, and they're not always prepared to handle them, Lauren Weber reports for the Wall Street Journal.

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