Amid widespread staffing shortages, many hospitals have increased wages and offered bonuses to attract and retain workers—but some experts say more sustainable, long-term solutions are needed going forward, Becker's Hospital Review reports. According to Advisory Board's CNO, Carol Boston-Fleischhauer, an aggressive compensation package is key to workforce stability, retention, and recruitment.
Advisory Board's Pam Divack attended the 2022 STAT Breakthrough Science summit in New York City—a meeting that attracted some of the biggest health care leaders in the industry. Dissecting commentary from these leaders, including FDA commissioner Robert Califf and Pfizer CMO Aida Habtezion, Pam details her four biggest takeaways from the conference.
As omicron subvariant BA.2 becomes more prevalent in the United States, a new Covid-19 wave may soon arrive—but since many Americans have adopted a more nonchalant attitude toward the pandemic, the next surge may be a "so what?" wave.
Due to "quirks" in the regulatory process for at-home Covid-19 tests, expiration dates on the tests are not always accurate. Writing for the New York Times, Tara Parker-Pope explains what to do before discarding a test that appears to be past its expiration date.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a mental health bill that signals a "transformational commitment to improving mental health care," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Florida, and Georgia.
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