What physician employers should do to prepare for a potential ban on noncompete clauses, whether a pill could prevent binge drinking, and more.
'We can redesign the care delivery model for rural communities' (Monday, February 13)
Advisory Board President Eric Larsen sat down with Bassett Healthcare CEO Dr. Tommy Ibrahim to discuss how rural health provides a natural incubation ground for digital health, what it means to be a "millennial-clinician-CEO," and how Bassett is charting the future course for U.S. rural healthcare.
Is 'toxic positivity' a healthcare problem? One CEO thinks so. (Tuesday, February 14)
"Toxic positivity," or the idea that one should only focus on what's going right rather than identifying and working on the underlying causes of a problem, is rampant throughout the healthcare industry, according to Sachin Jain, president and CEO of SCAN Group and Health Plan. Writing for Forbes, he offers a few ideas on how to fix it.
Could a pill help prevent binge drinking? (Wednesday, February 15)
Taking a dose of naltrexone, a medication used to treat alcohol dependence, before drinking may help binge drinkers consume less alcohol and binge less frequently, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
FTC might ban noncompetes. Here are 3 things physician employers should do now. (Thursday, February 16)
On Jan. 5, the Federal Trade Commission proposed a ban on noncompete clauses in employment contracts, and regardless of where the ban lands, employers should take this opportunity to rethink their employee relationships and contracting strategies. Here are three actions physician employers should take.
Inside the 'food is medicine' movement (Friday, February 17)
The "food is medicine" movement — which states that food can be a way to address health — has been gaining popularity in recent months, with the Biden administration voicing support for it. But the movement faces a number of obstacles, including a lack of coverage from insurers, Nicholas Florko reports for STAT.
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