Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. Campaign to address New York's healthcare staff shortage results in 100K job searches

    The Iroquois Healthcare Association's ad campaign to recruit healthcare workers made it onto marketing magazine The Drum's list of the five best business-to-business campaigns of 2021.
  2. CoxHealth CEO Steve Edwards to retire

    Steve Edwards will retire as CEO of CoxHealth in May 2022.
  3. Meet the marketing execs of the 10 largest nonprofit health systems

    Here are the marketing executives of the 10 largest nonprofit health systems:

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  1. 7 recent donations to healthcare organizations

    Several donations were made to healthcare organizations in the last week to create more programs and build new facilities.
  2. Study finds more ED visits, higher Medicare costs at private equity-owned nursing homes

    Private equity-owned nursing homes saw an increase in emergency room visits and hospitalizations among long-term residents and an increase in Medicare costs, an investigation published Nov. 19 in JAMA Health Forum found.
  3. 4 systems launching residency programs 

    Some healthcare systems have launched new residency programs and partnerships to address workforce shortages persisting around the country.
  4. UW Health nurses take to social media to argue for union representation

    Nurses at University of Wisconsin Health in Madison have launched a social media campaign amid their quest for a union and collective bargaining rights, The Badger Herald reported Nov. 17.
  1. Hospitals predict patient volume will be 4% higher in 2022

    Many hospitals are reporting decreasing patient volumes but predict higher volumes in 2022, according to a McKinsey & Co. report published Nov. 15.
  2. US COVID-19 cases up 16% in 1 week: 8 CDC stats to know

    The nation's seven-day average for COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations increased this week, while deaths fell slightly, according to the CDC's COVID data tracker weekly review published Nov. 19.
  3. Providence leader Dr. David Kim on what makes a CEO successful in a pandemic

    David Kim, MD, is executive vice president and chief executive of the physician enterprise team at Renton, Wash.-based Providence health system. He spoke with Becker's in November about the future of health system leadership and the ongoing battle to establish trust in medicine.
  4. Houston Methodist receives $25M gift for cancer center expansion

    Houston Methodist received a $25 million donation from Ron and Mary Neal, MD, for a cancer center expansion, renaming the facility the Houston Methodist Dr. Mary and Ron Neal Cancer Center.
  1. 4 recent stories on nurse innovators

    Several nurses have been in the news lately for their creative medical innovations or entrepreneurship and philanthropic efforts aimed at improving the healthcare experience for patients and clinicians. 
  2. Judge orders 2 ophthalmologists to pay $170M for false claims violations

    Two ophthalmologists and their eye clinic were ordered to pay more than $170.5 million for fraudulently billing Medicare for the evaluation and treatment of glaucoma, the Justice Department said Nov. 18. 
  3. What J&J's pharma business plans to focus on post-split

    After Johnson & Johnson splits into two companies with one dedicated to pharmaceuticals and medical devices, the company plans to focus on developing drugs for conditions including lung cancer and eye disease, Jennifer Taubert, the company's executive vice president and worldwide chairman of pharmaceuticals, told Bloomberg. 
  4. New Mexico sees high flu activity 2nd week in a row

    For the week ending Nov. 13, New Mexico reported high flu activity for the second week in a row, according to data from the CDC's FluView report published Nov. 19.
  5. The cost of gun violence in the US, by the numbers

    Every year, gun violence kills nearly 40,000 people in the U.S. and costs the nation $280 billion, including medical, criminal justice and quality-of-life expenses. 
  6. Mayo Clinic CIO: Google partnership will 'transform healthcare'

    In 2019, Mayo Clinic began a 10-year strategic partnership with Google focused on innovation and cloud computing. Here, Cris Ross, the Rochester, Minn.-based system's CIO, provides updates on what the partnership has accomplished and where it's going.
  7. Montana State names nursing school after donors of record $101M gift

    Bozeman-based Montana State University said Nov. 18 it will name its nursing school after the donors of a record-breaking $101 million donation.
  8. Dignity Health to pay $19M to California hospital over ownership transfer dispute

    Dignity Health, now part of Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health, will pay $19 million to Sequoia Healthcare District to settle a dispute over the ownership transfer of Redwood City, Calif.-based Sequoia Hospital, The Daily Journal reported Nov. 19. 
  9. Patients who use EHR portals have shorter hospital stays, analysis finds

    Having an active patient portal account is linked to a shorter average length of stay in the hospital for both COVID-19 patients and heart failure patients, according to a recent analysis of data from Epic's Health Research Network. 

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