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How Bloomberg, Yang want to reform the US health care system

December 20, 2019

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D) and entrepreneur Andrew Yang, who are among the candidates competing for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, this week released their respective health reform plans.

The 21 best places to work in health care, according to Glassdoor

December 16, 2019

Glassdoor on Wednesday released its annual Employees' Choice Awards for the Best Places to Work in 2020, and 21 health care and health care-adjacent organizations were recognized.

How Scripps Health is responding to rising health care violence

December 9, 2019

Workplace violence on average is four times more common in health care settings than in private industry as a whole, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration—and many hospitals are working to ensure their staff is prepared to deal with instances of violence.

Want to be a doctor? Beware the 'hidden costs' of medical school.

December 3, 2019

The so-called "hidden costs" of medical school—from Medical College Admission Test registration fees to travel expenses for interviews—can pose a barrier for low-income students who want enter the profession.

Why doctors need to be leaders (and how to cultivate leadership)

December 3, 2019

While doctors typically are thought of as "scientists, caregivers, or educators, … we must also understand [them] as leaders," Dhruv Khullar, a physician and assistant professor of medicine and health care policy at Weill Cornell, writes for the New York Times' "Well," noting that both doctors and patients stand to benefit from more physician leadership in U.S. health care.

Why few health care executives are women—and 3 ways to fix it

October 31, 2019

Most entry-level health care employees are women, but because of a "broken rung" in the career ladder, women make up a much smaller percentage of employees at the highest levels, according to a recent report from and McKinsey & Company.

Why providers' hiring practices are 'outdated,' according to Harvard Business Review

October 23, 2019

As the health care industry shifts towards value-based payments, it has become increasingly clear that the industry needs to do a better job of "generating outcomes that matter to patients," but current hiring practices can hinder health care organizations from achieving those goals, Elena Butler and Shreya Kangovi write for Harvard Business Review.

Has medical education become too... nice?

October 3, 2019

While medical education once was rife with harassment and humiliation from attending physicians, many educators are moving away from this approach. However, some might have gone too far, failing to deliver "negative feedback of any kind," Perri Klass, a pediatrician and columnist, writes for the New York Times' "The Checkup."
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