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Hospital Mass Layoffs Taper in November
The nation's hospitals reported six "mass layoffs" of 50 or more employees in November, down considerably...
Web Exclusive: Hospitals Still a Job-Creation Machine
Hospitals are subject to many of the forces that have battered the rest of the economy. But, as a job creation...
University of North Texas regents OK plan for med school
The vision of an M.D. school in Fort Worth took another big step Thursday when the University of North Texas regents...
Sound Physicians taps into hospitalist movement
One of the fastest-growing companies in the Northwest has little to do with high-tech, biotech, or cleantech. Tacoma...
Hospitals fight to lure primary-care physicians
When Jessica Klieger applied to 100 different residencies as a medical student last year, she had the pick of the...
Hospital CEOs Question Whether There are Enough Clinicians if Reform Passes
A majority of hospital chief executive officers say they don't have enough physicians, nurses or allied health...
Poll Finds Many Nurses Believe Staff Shortages are Affecting Patient Care
Nearly three-quarters of nurses who participated in an American Nurses Association online poll that drew almost 15,000...
Lab Tech Shortage Causes ED Bottlenecks
It's the fear of any hospital administrator. The emergency room is backed up again because blood tests aren't being run...
College's Plan to Phase Out Nursing Program Raises Concern
The State University of New York New Paltz will say goodbye to 167 graduating nursing students over the next couple of...
Web Exclusive: Secrets of Hospitalist Practice Success: A Decade of Learning
Contributor David Bowman, MD, executive director of IPC-Tucson, IPC The Hospitalist Company, Inc., discusses what he...