The top 10 hospitals worldwide, according to Newsweek (Monday, April 1)
Newsweek has released its list of 'The 10 Best Hospitals in the World,' and four are in the United States. See which hospitals made the list.
The $24B question: Is Lyft about to transform health care? (Tuesday, April 2)
Lyft started trading publicly on Friday—with a robust start that could make the company one of the most valuable companies to go public in the last decade. One problem? The company has never been profitable. Here's why they're betting on health care to reverse that equation—and the three avenues they're pursuing to get there.
Map: The best (and worst) states for doctors, according to WalletHub (Wednesday, April 3)
WalletHub ranked the 50 states and Washington, D.C., based on 18 weighted metrics in two categories, opportunity and competition and medical environment. See which state ranks at the top of this year's list.
The 7 major risk factors for cancer (that Americans are still doing) (Thursday, April 4)
Even though cancer-related deaths are on the decline in the United States, hundreds of thousands of people still die each year from cancers caused by potentially modifiable risk factors, according to a new research review by the American Cancer Society.
You're coaching your staff the wrong way, according to the Harvard Business Review (Friday, April 5)
Being able to effectively coach employees is an essential management skill—yet many managers approach these important developmental conversations in entirely the wrong way, Julia Milner and Trenton Milner write in the Harvard Business Review.