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As doctors age, small towns face critical shortage
Californians are getting older, and so are their physicians. In isolated towns, fears are rising that as greater...
8 Healthcare HR Forecasts Reviewed for Accuracy
Journalists love closure. I started the year with eight predictions for healthcare HR in 2010. So, I thought I'd end...
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...
Doctors and hospitals team up for payment reform
Across Texas, hospital systems are scooping up physician groups and solo practitioners, scrambling to create the kinds...
Renewed effort to lure doctors to rural areas faces obstacles
The Obama administration recently invested more than $1 billion from the stimulus and the healthcare law into the...
Texas, hospitals work to address nurse shortage
Texas is facing a shortage of 71,000 nurses by 2020 as demand continues to outpace supply, the Texas Department of...
New RNs find tight job market
  Even as a national nursing shortage looms, many newly graduated registered nurses can't find jobs because the...
Gwinnett, GA, hospital won’t hire smokers
Smokers need not apply. That's the message from Gwinnett Medical Center, which has instituted a hospital policy...
Magazine: Recruiting from the Inside
In-house recruiting can save money and may ensure a better fit.
Down Economy Doesn't Stall Physician Recruitment
Despite the current economic downturn, hospital CEOs are actively recruiting physicians to their organizations...

Book: Stark Law, 2nd edition: A user's guide to achieving compliance
This updated version of HCPro's Stark Law best seller, first published in 2005—and now co-authored by former CMS...