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Some MA hospitals back price curbs
Support is building among some Massachusetts hospitals for temporary government limits on healthcare prices, a...
Twin Cities’ Children’s Hospital plans up to 250 job cuts
Children's Hospital says it plans to eliminate 200 to 250 jobs by mid-November, citing a drop in patients, an increase...
Strike or settle? Duluth nurses vote today
More than a month after Twin Cities hospitals and nurses settled their most bitter contract dispute in recent history...
Fired nurse files suit against hospital
Margaret "Peg" O’Connor, a nurse who worked at Jordan Hospital in Plymouth for more than 38 years, said...
Web Exclusive: Florida Temporarily Suspends Nursing Requirements to Deal with Shortage
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has immediately suspended state licensure requirements for traveling U.S. nurses, who have...
Doctors, nurses from Southern California head to Haiti
The morning of Saturday, January 16,, nine doctors and nurses at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center packed medical...
Mandatory flu vaccination for New York health workers is criticized
The New York Civil Liberties Union demanded that the state health commissioner withdraw a new regulation requiring...
Web Exclusive: New Flu Prevention Web Site Launched Specifically for Healthcare Workers
The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists recently launched an initiative specifically aimed at pharmacists to...
Magazine: Emergency Management Goes Full-Time
Some hospitals are dedicating a position to preparedness. Use these best practices to define the role.
Magazine: Change is Good . and Scary
Guiding your employees through a merger can be a daunting challenge. Here are some tips from those who have done it.