Amid the "Great Resignation," many employers are trying to retain the workers they currently have—even if some of these workers produce subpar results. In the current labor environment, is it reasonable to have a higher bar for what constitutes underperformance warranting termination. Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar Johnson shares what you can do when a team member isn't meeting expectations.
According to data from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, Covid-19 cases are more than six times higher than they were a year ago—and experts say that with the rise of at-home Covid-19 tests, case counts are likely being undercounted more than ever before.
The United States is currently experiencing a nationwide shortage of the imaging agents used in approximately 50 million exams annually—a shortage that has forced many hospitals to delay procedures and ration their limited supply, Reed Abelson reports for the New York Times.
Abstract: Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sat down with Kavita Patel, former director of policy in the Obama administration and advisor to Stop the Spread, to discuss what lessons Covid-19 has taught the health care industry and how the industry can apply those lessons to other health care challenges.
HHS formally established a federal health research agency within NIH and appointed an acting deputy director, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Kansas, and Maryland.