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Healthcare Staffing Agency Agrees to Pay $9.3M in Overtime Wages
U.S. Medical Staffing of Philadelphia 'willfully denied' healthcare aides and assistants their rightful pay, U.S. Labor Department says.
Q&A: Leigh Davis on Post-Acute Recruitment and Retention
Davis speaks with HealthLeaders about tactics he emphasizes as a consultant for recruitment and retention in the home health sector.
UPMC Pledges to Halve Greenhouse Emissions by 2030
The health system says the initiative demonstrates its commitment to 'building a more climate resilient infrastructure.'
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Hospital and Healthcare CEOs Lead Turnover in 2022
Year-to-date hospital CEO exits are up 13% from last year.
$80M Federal Grant Will Help Expand the Struggling Nursing Workforce
The plan: To advance equity and improve healthcare workforce diversity by training people from historically marginalized and underrepresented populations.
Call 911! Emergency Department Doctors, Nurses Need Help Now Against Violence
Violence in the emergency department not only poses a threat to employees, but it harms patient care, doctors say.
Taking the Guesswork Out of Healthcare Staffing
The ability to predict healthcare staffing supply and demand changed dramatically for hospitals and health systems during the pandemic, when...
CDC’s Newest Infection Control Guidance Will Cause 'Decreased Protections,' National Nurses United says
'Now is not the time to remove protections from COVID-19,' NNU president says in a letter to the CDC.
Pharma Partnerships Expand Equity Initiatives
Drugmakers, Black Women's Health Imperative press for diversity in the healthcare system.
Medical groups want lawmakers to bolster safety for healthcare workforce
Federal action would improve safety for physicians and other healthcare workers who face a growing number of threats online and...
Your medical test results are available. But do you want to view them?
The 21st Century Cures Act gave patients easy access to their health information. Now, some diagnoses delivered without context are...
After years of increases, Mass. health insurance rates set to rise another 7.6%
The rate hike affects people who purchase plans on the state's health insurance website.
Nursing shortage sparks bidding war as countries vie for talent
The toll of nearly three years of COVID-19 includes millions of nurses broken by punishing hours and low pay, many...
Former nurse pleads guilty to diverting opioids from two Boston-area hospitals
Lisa Tarr, 33, of St. Petersburg, Florida, pleaded guilty in federal court to four counts of unlawfully obtaining controlled substances...
The job market's 'game of musical chairs' may be slowing, but workers still have power, say economists
There are signs the hot job market is cooling, but workers still have bargaining power for now, according to labor...