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The most in-demand physicians in 2019, charted

July 12, 2019


For a new report, the physician recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins reviewed thousands of recruiting engagements for physicians and advanced practitioners over the last year. Find out which specialties were in the greatest demand—and which offered the highest salaries—on American Health Line's interactive charts.

The best (and worst) cities for nurses, mapped

July 10, 2019


24/7 Wall St. in a new report ranks the 20 best and the 20 worst cities for nurses. Check out American Health Line's interactive map to see if your city landed among the best—or the worst.

The health care companies among the 'Best Places to Work in IT'

July 2, 2019


Computerworld's 26th annual list of the "100 Best Places to Work in IT" included various health care companies.

Why more MDs are pursuing their MBAs

June 27, 2019


An increasing number of medical students and current doctors are pursuing MBAs to get ahead of burnout and expand their career options.

The health care CEOs rated highest by employees, according to Glassdoor

June 21, 2019


Glassdoor on Tuesday released its annual Employees' Choice Awards list, which recognizes CEOs who have received the highest employee ratings on the career website, and several CEOs in the health care industry made the list.

Why clinicians can't keep 'doing more with less,' according to one nurse

June 20, 2019


Hospice nurse and author Theresa Brown in a CNN opinion piece writes that the health care system should stop telling clinicians to "do more with less," arguing that the system routinely prioritizes profits "over pain, over kindness, over nurses and doctors being able to do our jobs."

How state, local health departments are responding to US measles outbreaks

June 18, 2019


The number of measles cases reported in the United States this year has continued to grow, and state and local health departments—which are largely responsible for tracking, reporting, and combating measles outbreaks—are feeling strained.

It's time to stop the 'administrative creep' in health care, this doctor contends

June 12, 2019


"The demands on medical professionals have escalated relentlessly in the past few decades," and rather than addressing this rise in demand with more resources, health care employers have "manipulated" medical professionals' ethics and commitment to their patients, which "is not just bad strategy" but "bad medicine," Danielle Ofri, a physician at Bellevue Hospital, writes in a New York Times opinion piece.

Is there a looming palliative and home health care crisis?

June 6, 2019


Research suggests that the United States could soon face crises related to palliative and long-term home health care, as a palliative care provider shortage continues to mount and U.S. residents struggle to cover home health care costs.

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