In every industry and position, people let false beliefs influence their career decisions, Thomas Magaldi, manager for career and professional development at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, writes in Inside Higher Ed.
President Trump is expected to finalize the decision, which does not require Senate confirmation, next month, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maryland, Mississippi, and Ohio.
The United States between 2011 and 2013 had one of the largest health disparities between high- and low-income residents in the world, according to a Health Affairs study based on data collected before the Affordable Care Act's coverage expansions took effect.
Top institutions such as Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic are emphasizing biopsychosocial pain management as an alternative to opioids—but insurers have been reluctant to cover the care, Meghana Keshavan writes for STAT News.
When Chris Van Gorder joined Scripps Health as COO in 1999, the health system had just 55 days cash on hand—but today, after a major culture change, the $3.1 billion system is thriving. Here's how he did it.
A group of doctors is examining whether some commonly prescribed cancer drugs can be taken with food at lower doses—and initial results are promising, Laurie McGinley reports for the Washington Post's "To Your Health."