Health care employment is projected to grow by 15% between 2019 and 2029, according to the Labor Department, the New York Times reports—and these five jobs are among the industry's fastest-growing occupations.
As the country begins to gain control over the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Nurses Week 2021 provides a powerful opportunity to look back at how nurses went above and beyond over the past year—and how they can prepare for the future. To shed some light on the situation, Advisory Board's Katherine Virkstis and Matt Corner share four key insights on nursing leadership strategy going forward.
As the number of vaccinated adults increase—and Covid-19 restrictions start to ease—parents of children too young to be vaccinated are caught in a dilemma: What can their children do and not do amid this changing pandemic landscape? Here's what experts suggest.
HHS on Monday eliminated a rule implemented by former President Donald Trump's administration that excluded gender identity from protections against sex discrimination, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Illinois, and New York.
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