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Hospital Mass Layoffs Off Record Pace in 2010
The nation's hospitals reported 10% fewer instances of mass layoffs in 2010, down from 2009's record pace, but still...
Healthcare Created Quarter of a Million Jobs in 2010
Hospitals nearly doubled their rate of job creation from 2009, and ambulatory healthcare services continued to be the...
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...
VA island dealt blow after building new clinic
For more than 30 years, Dr. David Nichols has piloted a plane or a helicopter across the Chesapeake Bay on his day off...
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...
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...
Foreign-born doctors give equal care in US
Patients treated by foreign-born doctors who trained in other countries fare just as well as people treated by doctors...
Study: Plagiarism common in medical residency applications
If you think plagiarism only happens in high school and college, think again. A new Boston study finds that one in...
Bad nurses able to keep working in other states
There are significant gaps in regulatory efforts nationwide to keep nurses from avoiding the consequences of misconduct...
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...

Book: The Hospital Executive's Guide to Physician Staffing
This insightful, data-rich resource outlines proven strategies for determining community physician need and fulfilling...