Please add this newsletter to your Safe Sender list
View this email as a Web page | Manage Account


  November 5, 2012 Follow us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterJoin us on LinkedInRSS feed

Healthcare Job Growth Continues for Now

Chelsea Rice

Healthcare added 31,000 jobs in October, but that's fewer than in September. "It's hard to reduce overall costs while keeping hiring levels and labor expenses high," says one economist. >>>

 

Editor's Picks

Physician Pay Wars' Winners and Losers

Family practitioners stand to receive a 7% reimbursement increase while pathologists will lose almost as much under the final federal fee schedule for physician and specialty provider groups released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. >>>

ACO Recruiting Turns to Non-Physicians

More than 80% of executives expect to increase recruitment of non-physician providers such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants to take over physician functions under the accountable care organizations model, a recruiting survey shows. >>>

Dialing Up Physician Networks

With physicians eager for hospital positions, and hospitals trying to align their clinical care with an eye toward medical homes and accountable care organizations, the two sides are increasingly joining forces in primary care physician networks. >>>

Smoke-Free Workplace Laws Provide Blueprint for Prevention

Minnesota's hospitals have been smoke-free for more than 10 years. Two studies suggest that workplace smoking bans are proving to be remarkably effective tools for reducing a smoking-related illnesses. >>>

Narrowing Racial Disparities in Nursing

Data shows that helping to educate minority nurses will not only improve minority representation in hiring, but will serve as a workforce multiplier. >>>

Mount Sinai Innovates to Absorb Evacuated Patients

When NYU Langone Medical Center needed to move critically ill patients out of its storm-crippled hospital, Mount Sinai came up with a way to accommodate them. >>>



Intelligence Report

Cost Containment—Targeting Cuts, Enhancing Efficiency and Using IT

Healthcare leaders who have cut millions in costs reveal how to improve efficiency through process improvements and targeted cuts based on hard data. This original research and analysis, offers key insight from leading organizations, including new case studies from Beaumont Health System, Pocono Health System, and Southwest General Health Center.



News Headlines

Healthcare law on the ballot

The Hill, November 5, 2012

LSU health head works at '80 percent'

The Advocate / Capital City Press, November 5, 2012

TX fire dept joins hospital to reduce ED visits

Midland Report-Telegram, November 5, 2012

At Bellevue, a desperate fight to ensure patients' safety

The New York Times, November 2, 2012

Decisions not to evacuate hospitals raise questions

ProPublica, November 2, 2012

How the health law might be changed by the next president

Kaiser Health News, November 2, 2012

West Penn Allegheny's interim CEO says he may step down

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, November 2, 2012

Parkland turns to phlebotomists, not nurses, to draw blood

Dallas Business Journal, November 2, 2012

ER takes patients, without the hospital

Sun Sentinel, November 2, 2012

Henry Ford, Beaumont CEOs: No closures in $6.4-billion merger

Detroit Free Press, November 1, 2012



Stay Connected to HealthLeaders

Don't Miss the News You Want.

Spam filters exist for a reason, but not for the news you need. Make sure you aren't missing your daily and/or weekly industry coverage. Add our address—news.editor@healthleadersmedia.com—to your address book or e-mail whitelist to keep the news you need in your inbox.


Is All of Your Leadership Team In The Know?

Our award-winning Daily News & Analysis e-newsletter can keep your leadership team abreast of relevant breaking news, and with in-depth industry coverage through 10 weekly e-newsletters that hit every pillar of healthcare, we've got your whole leadership team covered. Subscribe to any—or all—of our e-newsletters.



Multimedia/Events

Rounds: Cancer Service Line Leadership—Baylor Health Care System

Date: Nov. 6, 2012, 11:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Baylor Health Care leaders reveal how they have built a cutting-edge cancer care model that combines personalized guidance, tailored treatment, and opportunities to participate in clinical trials of new treatments. Get real-world solutions, interactive Q&A, and lessons learned, including how to and combine the best aspects of academic and private practice cancer models to serve patients better.

Register Today

Download Free Case Study



From HealthLeaders Magazine

 

Placing Your Bets

Value-based care is here and standing pat is not a viable option. Yet healthcare leaders face substantial risks for generations to come as they develop new businesses and clinical relationships to gain tighter control of the care continuum. >>>

 

Opportunities in the Cloud

 

Taking Charge of the Physician Shortage



Sponsor this Newsletter

Contact Paul Mattioli, Sr. Director of Sales, at pmattioli@healthleadersmedia.com or call 800.639.7477.

  MAGAZINE | NEWS | TERMS OF SERVICE | PRIVACY POLICY | ADVERTISE Follow us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterJoin us on LinkedInRSS feed

©2012 HealthLeaders Media

If you prefer not to receive this email newsletter, you can unsubscribe here
HealthLeaders Media HR is a division of HealthLeaders Media ©2012
HEALTHLEADERSMEDIA
5115 Maryland Way - Brentwood, TN 21027
Serving the business information needs of healthcare executives and professionals.