Health care executive Joseph L. Woodin is trading one scenic vista for another. Woodin, who last year was fired as chief executive of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, is moving 5,000 miles to lead a hospital in rural Alaska — though he remains locked in a legal dispute with...
Just about all of us know someone who is enrolled in the Medicaid program, since it the single largest publicly funded source of coverage in the United States; covering one out of every five Americans.
A working paper from George Mason University argues the provider workforce needs to modernize medical school education, welcome foreign-trained physicians, hire more nonphysicians, and embrace emerging technology.
While treating male patients, it's not unusual for Meghann Justice, an emergency room nurse, to be called a "cute little thing." Or to have a patient expose himself. Or to have her breasts grabbed as she leans over to put in an IV line.