9 ways Dartmouth-Hitchcock's CEO would redesign health care (June 2)
James Weinstein, CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health in New Hampshire, spoke at a health care symposium recently and gave his ideas for restructuring America's health care system—from imposing mandatory price transparency to maximizing telehealth for preventive and routine care.
8 of the 10 most in-demand jobs are in health care, according to CareerCast (June 1)
Health care positions fill eight of the 10 spots on CareerCast's list of the 10 "Most In-Demand and Fast-Growing Jobs of 2017," with home health aide ranking No. 1.
Why Medicare is replacing nearly 58 million ID cards (May 31)
CMS on Tuesday launched an outreach campaign to help Medicare providers prepare for new beneficiary identification cards, which will replace Social Security numbers with new Medicare-specific identifiers.
How to know if you have a phone addiction—and 3 ways to make a change (May 30)
When does a reliance on your smartphone become a dependency? Here are five questions experts say you can ask yourself to determine whether your phone usage is a problem—and three simple steps you can take to change your behavior for the better.