The 134 'Best Hospitals,' according to US News

U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday released its 31st annual Best Hospitals rankings, which this year recognizes 134 hospitals for their performance in at least one of 16 specialties.

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Congratulations to Advisory Board members named to US News' 2020 'Best Hospitals' lists

In the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, more than 100 Advisory Board members were recognized for their performance and reputation in at least one of 16 specialties.

How Genesis Medical Center boosted morale and cut burnout—in just 6 weeks

When Genesis Medical Center-Davenport launched a positivity intervention amid cost-reductions and layoffs, it saw immediate declines in burnout—and dramatic increases in employee morale and patient satisfaction, Shawn Achor and Michele Gielan write for Harvard Business Review. Here are 4 takeaways from their experience.

Covid-19 keeps striking in new places. These nurses are hot on its trail.

Thousands of nurses are traveling throughout the United States to ease provider shortages in coronavirus hotspots. Here's what it's like on the front lines of the epidemic.

What the New York Times gets wrong about grateful patient fundraising

The New York Times recently published a story suggesting that "hospitals are increasingly soliciting donations from patients, and the patients don't much like it." But the article missed critical context about how—and why—hospitals actually approach grateful patients, writes Advisory Board's Nick Cericola.

Inside Senate Republicans' nearly $1 trillion coronavirus relief proposal

Senate Republicans have unveiled a new, nearly $1 trillion coronavirus relief proposal that includes billions of dollars in funding to address the coronavirus epidemic and extend support for businesses and individuals affected by the public health crisis, with a focus on getting Americans back to work and school.

Around the nation: FDA to require opioid drug labels, clinicians to mention naloxone

FDA announced the new requirements after CDC earlier this month released data showing that overdose deaths related to opioid drugs in the United States reached an all-time high last year, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Iowa, Maryland, and Nevada.