StrategyEmory, Northside Joining Aetna Whole Health Project
The two Atlanta-based provider organizations will have fully insured and self-insured network options through Aetna's new initiative.
StrategyTemple University Health System Taps Michael Young as New CEO
Young will succeed Stuart "Stu" McLean, who had served as acting CEO of TUHS.
StrategyHealthcare Sector Created 399K Jobs in 2019
Healthcare created 399,000 new jobs in 2019, up from 350,000 jobs in 2018.
3 Employee Satisfaction Ideas from the Revenue Cycle Exchange
Executives say flexibility, recognition, and rewards are among the keys to maintaining high employee satisfaction.
Strategy15 Doctors Fired From Chicago-Area Health System
Physicians 'broadsided' by their termination.
Kaiser Permanente Workers in California Ratify 4-Year Contract
New contract provides annual 3% raises in each of the next four years, invests $130M for workforce development.
FinanceDenver Provider Market at 'Tipping Point,' Study Finds
The report expects employers and health plans to exert more influence in demanding market power going forward.
Clinical CareHundreds of Trainees in Limbo as Philadelphia Hospital Closes
570 residents, fellows scramble to find new jobs.
Clinical CareMore Physicians Pursuing Job Opportunities in Telemedicine
As the telemedicine market expands, an increasing number of physicians are seeking telemedicine employment.
StrategyStem Cell Company Persuades Employers To Steer Workers Toward Controversial Therapy
Instead of dealing with disapproving insurance executives, Regenexx appeals directly to employers large enough to fund their own health plans.
Clinical CareAnnual Physician Burnout Costs Estimated at $4.6 Billion
Researchers call physician turnover costs and lost productivity a 'substantial economic burden.'
InnovationDigital Startups Scale Cheaper, Faster with On-Demand Physicians
Growth of entrepreneurial sector spawns need for innovative approach to physician employment.