Although compensation for young physicians has increased by around $20,000 since last year, only a little over half said they are satisfied with their pay, and around a third said they would not choose medicine again, according to Medscape's "2022 Young Physician Compensation Report." See the survey findings on our interactive charts.
A recent poll from Axios and Ipsos found that Americans' concern about Covid-19 is "among the lowest captured throughout the pandemic"—but there are still some activities that many Americans are hesitant to do. See Americans' current attitudes about the pandemic on our interactive charts.
A paper published this summer in Fertility and Sterility found that many individuals who try to get pregnant with frozen eggs are unsuccessful because they wait too long to collect and freeze their eggs, or they do not freeze enough of them, Gina Kolata writes for the New York Times.
As demand for travel nursing wanes, many nurses are reporting abrupt pay reductions—ranging from 25% to 75%—from staffing agencies. In response, many of these nurses are now suing staffing agencies for allegedly engaging in "bait-and-switch" practices when it comes to their pay, Valerie Bauman writes for Newsweek.
The White House on Friday announced that states and territories will receive $1.5 billion in funding to address the opioid crisis, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Nevada, and Texas.
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