THE OUTLOOK FOR HEALTH CARE IN 2023:

What you need to know about the forces reshaping our industry.

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May 23, 2022

Weekly review: How much nurses are paid, in 3 charts

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    What you need to know about monkeypox in the United States, Modern Healthcare's 150 best places to work, and more.

    How much nurses are paid, in 3 charts (Monday, May 16)

    Nurse pay climbed last year, according to the 2022 Nurse Salary Research Report from nurse.com—but there are significant gaps in compensation between different nurses. See how nurse pay varied by license, gender, and race on our interactive charts.

    The 150 'Best Places to Work' in health care, according to Modern Healthcare (Tuesday, May 17)

    Modern Healthcare on Saturday released its unranked list of the "Best Places to Work" in health care for 2022, recognizing 35 Advisory Board members who have empowered their employees to provide "the best possible care, products and services" to patients and customers.

    You're afraid of change, not value-based care (Wednesday, May 18)

    What's stopping the health care industry from getting to meaningful risk? According to 44 health care executives, a lot of it comes down to fear.

    Monkeypox is in the US. Here's what you need to know. (Thursday, May 19)

    Amid an international string of cases, a Massachusetts man has been infected with the first case of monkeypox in the United States this year. And while the virus isn't likely to cause a pandemic like Covid-19, experts say the outbreak is still concerning.

    Changing the structure of nursing is essential (Friday, May 20)

    In the third year of the battle against Covid-19, the nursing workforce is in a dire state. But there is something health leaders can do. Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sat down with Advisory Board's Monica Westhead and Carol Boston-Fleischhauer to discuss what health leaders can do to support their nurses and why changing the structure of nursing is essential.

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