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Are doctors 'seriously overpaid?'

March 21, 2019


The average doctor in the United States has an income of about $300,000 per year, roughly twice as much as physicians in other wealthy countries, but it is unclear whether U.S. physicians are being "seriously overpaid," as one economist argues—or fairly compensated for being high-skilled, highly trained workers.

The 8 ways to rebound after a grueling shift, according to veteran nurses

March 20, 2019


It is critical for nurses to be able to recover after a hard day at work, and three veteran nurses recently offered insight into how they reset and rebound after a tough shift.

The most competitive fields for new medical residents in 2019

March 19, 2019


A record number of medical school students last week were matched with their first year residency slots, and some fields were more competitive than others, according to the National Resident Matching Program.

The 9 fastest-growing jobs in health care—and how much they pay

March 18, 2019


Health care occupations make up nine of the 20 jobs that will grow the fastest by 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The best medical schools, according to US News

March 14, 2019


U.S. News & World Report on Monday released its annual Best Medical Schools rankings, which include separate lists recognizing leading schools for research, primary care, and each of eight specialties.

How CMS is revamping its five-star ratings for nursing homes

March 11, 2019


CMS on Tuesday said it will implement various changes to its Nursing Home Compare Five-Star Quality Ratings, including lowering its threshold for penalties related to staffing levels and launching separate ratings for short-term and long-term care facilities.

Physician burnout is… down? Maybe—but it's still a big problem, report finds.

March 4, 2019


Rising rates of physician burnout have attracted considerable attention in recent years, but a new report suggests that the share of physicians who are burned out might be declining.

4 ways this health system retains its millennial staff

March 4, 2019


Millennials today make up more than one-third of the U.S. labor force, but at IU Health in Indiana, the generation comprises are 41% of its staff.

About 20% of US rural hospitals are at high risk of closing, report finds

February 22, 2019


The Navigant report recommended federal lawmakers reintroduce and pass the Rural Emergency Acute Care Hospital Act, which would "help rural hospitals by allowing them to sidestep" certain regulatory "hurdle[s]."

Kaiser Permanente's new med school will offer free tuition to its first 5 classes

February 21, 2019


Kaiser Permanente's announcement comes after NYU School of Medicine's August 2018 announcement that it will cover the full cost of tuition for all its current and future medical students, regardless of merit or financial need.

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