- Steven Porter, January 29, 2018
A years-long tug-of-war pits the rights of patients against those of physicians and healthcare organizations—all of whom have legal rights to refuse certain medical procedures on moral or religious grounds.
- John Commins, January 5, 2018
On average, healthcare created 25,000 jobs each month in 2017. Even though that pace is off from 2016, the sector remains the most power job creator in the U.S. economy.
- Lena J. Weiner, April 24, 2017
Ignoring physician suicide won't make it go away.
- Lena J. Weiner, April 10, 2017
When hospitals and health systems are implicated in legal cases, it can hurt reputations, morale, and the bottom line. Here's what HR can do to minimize the damage.
- Lena J. Weiner, April 3, 2017
Direct care is one of the fastest growing areas of healthcare employment, but low wages, nonexistent benefits, and a lack of opportunity for advancement threaten to jeopardize outcomes and disrupt quality of care.
- Lena J. Weiner, March 27, 2017
HR can be the make-or-break factor in a hospital's disaster preparedness plan. One emergency management professional explains how.
- Philip Betbeze, August 30, 2017
TeamHealth's clinician recovery team is sending out-of-state physicians and nurse practitioners to Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.