While strong sexual harassment policies are key, changing a culture has to start with top leadership.
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.
BEND, ORE. — A report from the Oregon Employment Department finds average hospital pay rose faster than the median but that doesn't mean every hospital worker is making more.
Recognizing there is no one-size-fits-all approach to staffing issues, healthcare leaders across the country are creating customized solutions to meet their organizations' current and future clinician workforce needs.
As I write this note, Amazon is still looking for a city for its second national headquarters, or "HQ2."
Health system CEO cites rising costs and declining revenue growth as basis for cuts.