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Shutdown, Day 12: Who's furloughed at FDA and HHS—and who isn't?

January 2, 2019


A partial government shutdown—which started Dec. 22, 2018, and affects some federal health care agencies—occurred after the House, the Senate, and President Trump could not come to an agreement on a bill to extend funding for the federal government.

The 10 cities where physician demand, pay are growing fastest, according to Doximity

December 14, 2018


Physician demand grew by 7% nationwide in 2018, outpacing growth in 2017—with some areas of the country showing growth as high as 20%, according to a report from Doximity.

How 3 top health systems engage their physicians (without boosting pay)

December 10, 2018


Faced with slim operating margins, hospitals today are looking beyond financial incentives to engage physicians.

How the Trump admin wants to make health care more competitive

December 6, 2018


HHS, the Department of Labor, and the Department of the Treasury in a 119-page report recommend reforms across the U.S. health care market to promote choice and competition.

Inside CMS' efforts to bolster patient safety at nursing homes

December 4, 2018


CMS last month announced new efforts intended to increase safety at U.S. nursing homes, following reports of patient safety issues at nursing homes throughout the United States.

The health care jobs with the biggest gender pay gaps

December 3, 2018


Registered nurses and physicians/surgeons are among the 10 occupations with the largest pay gaps between men and women, according to a new report from the American Association of University Women.

The heaviest users of telemedicine? They don't live where you'd expect.

November 30, 2018


Telemedicine use is growing slowly, especially in mental health and primary care, but telemedicine users are more likely to live in cities than rural areas, according to a new study.

This hospital's secret to fighting nurse burnout? A walk in the garden.

November 26, 2018


Burnout effects as many as a third of all nurses, but there might be a simple way towards mitigating the problem—having nurses take an outdoor break in a garden, according to a study.

‘Are you actually an MD?’ One black doctor’s 'bewildering' experience trying to help a passenger on a flight

November 5, 2018


Fatima Stanford, a doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital, did not hesitate to help when a nearby passenger on a Delta flight became distressed, but crew members questioned whether Stanford was really a doctor, highlighting the pervasive issue of racial misperceptions in medicine.

The 'secret weapon' to solve the physician shortage'? It might not be your first guess.

November 5, 2018


Sachin Jain, CEO of CareMore HealthSystem, argues that the United States is missing one solution "right in front of [its] eyes" when looking for ways to address the growing physician shortage.

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