November 5, 2018

Weekly review: The 10 highest-paying jobs in health care

Daily Briefing

    Mass shooter kills 11 in synagogue shooting: How Pittsburgh hospitals responded (Monday, Oct. 29)
    Among those killed were Jerry Rabinowitz, 66, a UPMC family physician, whom patients and colleagues remembered as a hero during the AIDS crisis and "the kind of doctor [who] treated the whole person." A UPMC nurse and chaplain also was injured.

    The 10 highest-paying jobs in health care (Tuesday, Oct. 30)
    A new CNBC review highlights the highest-paid health care professionals—and doctors aren't the only ones with six-figure compensation.

    10 ways humans are just ghastly, according to science (Wednesday, Oct. 31)
    Writing in "Research Digest" for the British Psychological Society, Christian Jarrett examines 10 psychological research findings that reveal the darker side of human nature.

    The 15 'up-and-coming' health care leaders, according to Modern Healthcare (Thursday, Nov. 1)
    Modern Healthcare has released its 32nd annual "Up & Comers" list, recognizing young health care leaders who are making a big difference in the industry.

    What's worse than smoking, diabetes, or heart disease? (Hint: It's entirely under your control.) (Friday, Nov. 2)
    Not exercising is worse for your health than smoking, diabetes, and heart disease, according to a new study from the Cleveland Clinic published in JAMA.

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