• Woman files complaint with EEOC about gender bias at NIH

    In a move that could follow her for the rest of career, Bibiana Bielekova, MD, publicly discussed with The Washington Post her struggle to earn tenure at the National Institutes of Health, a struggle which she says many women face at the institution.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • Hillary Clinton's mental healthcare proposal: 7 things to know

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released a new mental health agenda Monday.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • 10 must-reads for healthcare leaders this week

    Culture. Productivity. Strategy. Execution. These ideas will never go out of style for hospital and health system leaders.  By Tamara Rosin -
  • Your population health efforts should focus on primary care first

    The focus of population health efforts to date have been risk identification and stratification. Those two capabilities are, indeed, critical to improving the health of your populations. But they are only one part of a much bigger puzzle, and it’s time for healthcare executives to focus on the big picture. By Nick van Terheyden, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Dell Healthcare Services -
  • Theranos plans to appeal CMS sanctions

    Palo Alto, Calif.-based blood testing startup Theranos announced Thursday it plans to appeal CMS' sanctions on its Newark, Calif., lab.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • 3 reasons to set your alarm for 4 am

    A recent report in The Wall Street Journal touts the benefits of a super-early start for more than just the CEOs, farmers and currency traders of the world.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • Healthcare transformation is relentless, detailed, low-level hard work: 7 essential ways to support it

    Policy reform is only the beginning in healthcare transformation, according to a perspective penned by Richard M.J. Bohmer for The New England Journal of Medicine.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • 119 healthcare entrepreneurs to know

    Here are 119 entrepreneurs in the healthcare space who are innovating in the medical, IT, consumer and medical professional fields.  By Laura Dyrda -
  • Week in review: 7 biggest healthcare stories this week

    Stay in the know with Becker's Hospital Review's weekly roundup of the nation's biggest healthcare news. Here's what you need to know this week.  By Erin Dietsche -
  • NIH hospital director John Gallin moves to new post: 5 things to know

    John I. Gallin, MD, longtime director of the National Institutes of Health's research hospital, Bethesda, Md.-based Clinical Center, will take over a new NIH position, reports The Wall Street Journal.  By Kelly Gooch -
  • The future of healthcare marketing

    In today’s digital world, consumers are no longer reliant on traditional methods of communication to get their information, e.g., billboards, direct mail, radio ads, etc. Mobile technology and the rise of smartphones have made information easily accessible, therefore to keep up with consumers’ evolving demands, marketers – and specifically healthcare marketers – must be flexible and willing to adapt with this shift.  By Kristin Hambelton, chief marketing officer at Evariant -
  • 10 statistics on US healthcare spending — Total reached $2.6T

    The CDC compiled healthcare spending statistics in its report, "Health, United States, 2015: With Special Feature on Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities." By Laura Dyrda -
  • Nearly half of executives write thought leadership pieces to differentiate themselves from competition

    There's an influx of executives vying to share their thoughts about what they have learned in their times as an organization leader. But why do C-suite executives write thought leadership content? By Erin Dietsche -
  • Intermountain's CNO on maximizing nurse talent, optimizing care transitions and more

    According to the American Nurses Association, miscommunication during care transitions is a well-known cause of medical errors. The importance of health IT in care transitions is increasing as healthcare continues to evolve at a rapid pace. At Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare — a national forerunner in health IT — nurses are on the front lines of care and work directly with health IT professionals to ensure smooth care transitions and the safety of patients across the system. By Brian Zimmerman -
  • 8 things for hospital executives and surgery center owners to know about site-neutral reimbursement

    The concept of "site neutrality" — providing equal reimbursement for the same services regardless of care setting — is not new, but it has taken on greater significance for hospital executives, as well as ambulatory surgery center (ASC) owners, over the past several months.  By Joan Dentler, President and CEO, Avanza Healthcare Strategies -
  • UPMC commits $1.3M for first aid outreach program in 3 states

    University of Pittsburgh (Pa.) Medical Center committed $1.3 million over three years to fund a community outreach program that offers basic first aid training for victims suffering from severe blood loss.  By Mackenzie Bean -
  • 14 Things to know about the urgent care need in the United States in 2016

    Consumers are seeking conveniently delivered healthcare. The urgent care model offers care designed around convenience. Health systems wanting to create more convenient options are building their urgent care platforms.  By Chiara Beckner, Strategy Consultant at Health System Advisors, Luke C. Peterson, VP Innovation at Urgent Care Partners -
  • Urgent care demand in 2016

    Consumers are seeking conveniently delivered healthcare. The urgent care model offers care designed around convenience. Health systems wanting to create more convenient options are building their urgent care platforms.  By Chiara Beckner, Strategy Consultant at Health System Advisors, Luke C. Peterson, VP Innovation at Urgent Care Partners -
  • Poll finds healthcare professionals favor Clinton over Trump

    Physician practice professionals, including physicians and their clinical and administrative staff, believe Hillary Clinton is the best presidential candidate for their practices, according to a poll from Aprima Medical Software.  By Ayla Ellison -
  • 12 female CEOs making their mark in healthcare

    As CEOs, these 12 women have positively impacted their hospitals and health systems, and the greater healthcare industry.  By Megan Wood -

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