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Healthcare Creates 1 in 5 New Jobs
Healthcare employment is about the only bright spot in an otherwise drab U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report on job...
RI hospital adapts to ’new normal’ of lower patient volumes
The Westerly Hospital administrators say ongoing staffing changes are driven by reduced patient volume and the need...
Web Exclusive: AMGA: Internal, Family Medicine Top Hiring Priorities
Due to healthcare reform initiatives, job openings for primary care physicians, specialists, and advanced practitioners...
ERs turn more violent as government help shrinks for volatile mentally ill, addicted patients
Violence against nurses and other medical professionals appears to be increasing around the country as the number of...
Carolina Medical Center feels psychiatric care strain
A surge in emergency room patients needing psychiatric care has strained Carolinas Medical Center's overall ability to...
Lifesaving drugs may be killing health workers
Healthcare workers are being diagnosed with cancers that occupational-health specialists say could be linked to...
Though outnumbered, some Twin Cities nurses resist call to strike
Nurses have turned out by the thousands in Minneapolis for picketing, picnics and other shows of solidarity. But...
Medical Staffing Network prepares Chapter 11 filing
<advertisement>The South Florida Business Journal reports that Boca Raton-based Medical Staffing Network Holdings...
Web Exclusive: Will We Ever Start Calling Nurses 'Doctor'?
Several states are seeking to expand the authority of nurse practitioners. They would do this in large part for nurses...
Who’s Your Mentor?
Nurses aren't trained to be managers. So how can your hospital ensure that it is providing the additional training and...