March 1, 2021

Weekly review: The 21 best places to work in health care, according to Glassdoor

Daily Briefing

    The hospitals facing 2021 penalties for hospital-acquired conditions, how Covid-19 vaccines are performing in the real world, and more.

    The 21 best places to work in health care, according to Glassdoor (Monday, Feb. 22)

    Glassdoor recently released its annual Employees' Choice Awards for the best workplaces in 2021, and the lists include 21 health care and health care-adjacent organizations.

    Map: The hospitals facing 2021 penalties for hospital-acquired conditions (Tuesday, Feb. 23)

    CMS recently announced that 774 hospitals will face Medicare payment cuts in fiscal year 2021 under Medicare's Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program. See which hospitals were penalized on our interactive map.

    What research reveals about California's 'homegrown' coronavirus variant (Wednesday, Feb. 24)

    New research suggests that a novel coronavirus variant first identified in California is more contagious than earlier variants of the virus, further raising alarms that new variants circulating in the United States could impede the country's progress in containing its coronavirus epidemic.

    Covid-19 vaccines did well in clinical trials. But how about in the real world? (Thursday, Feb. 25)

    Early research in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Israel is examining how Covid-19 vaccines perform in real-world settings—and the results offer tantalizing hints about the vaccines' effectiveness after a single dose and against emerging coronavirus variants.

    Our 8 biggest questions about Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine, answered (Friday, Feb. 26)

    FDA on Saturday authorized Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in the United States, but is the vaccine truly safe and effective? Advisory Board's Brandi Greenberg once again dives deep into the details—including how Johnson & Johnson's vaccine stacks up to Pfizer's and Moderna's vaccines authorized late last year.

    Cheat sheets: Best places to work

    Get 1-page cheat sheets on how "Best Places to Work" organizations are chosen

    Is your organization recognized as a "Best Place to Work?" If not, you could be missing an important tool to recruit new employees—and a big opportunity to spotlight your employee engagement work with current staff. Download our cheat sheets to learn exactly how influential publications decide who makes the cut (and who doesn't):

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