Female doctors earned 28% less than their male colleagues from 2016 to 2017. There is no medical specialty in which female doctors earn more than male doctors.
Hospitals are having trouble finding qualified help in clinical and management areas. A new survey suggests there just aren't enough qualified people to fill all those jobs.
Changes to Cincinnati Children's Hospital's nursing management structure led to increased professional development opportunities and greater interest in nursing management positions.
Recognizing there is no one-size-fits-all approach to staffing issues, healthcare leaders across the country are creating customized solutions to meet their organizations' current and future clinician workforce needs.
Advanced practice clinicians are crucial to helping health systems ensure patient access, but numerous factors can undermine team-based care if left unchecked.
Even with today's tight budgets, there are ways to brighten the faces of staff members. We asked a variety of experts for their ideas. Here's what they had to say.
Measures of compliance program effectiveness offer insight to bridge the gap in improving program efficiency.
Nurse managers spend a lot of time predicting and planning for the future, but when it comes to hiring and retaining employees, there are a lot more future problems than possible solutions.
Compensation for radiology and some other specialties has declined in the past two years, salary data shows. Among the reasons: The competitive market for telemedicine in radiology "has gone bananas."
"We wanted to see what we could do to create a more welcoming environment and get people more engaged from the get-go," says a system's integration coordinator.