Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. Why CEO pay is on the rise: Lown Institute

    Vikas Saini, MD, president of the Lown Institute, is speaking out on high hospital CEO pay.
  2. Epic approved for 'otherworldly' expansion

    A local planning commission has approved Epic's plans for a headquarters expansion that will feature more fantasy-themed buildings, the Milwaukee Business Journal reported.
  3. Best states to retire, per Gen Z and millennials

    Gen Zers and millennials still have a ways to go before retirement — although many are planning ahead, according to a new survey from GoBankingRates. 

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  1. Why Walgreens' CEO expects to beat Amazon on healthcare

    Walgreens' new CEO said the company will vanquish Amazon on healthcare by continuing to offer a human touch, CNBC reported.
  2. UnityPoint expands virtual care to 3 states

    West Des Moines, Iowa-based UnityPoint Health has expanded virtual care to three other states.
  3. 7 hospitals, health systems creating new C-suite roles

    Hospitals and health systems are making changes in their C-suite and leadership ranks based on organizational needs in today's healthcare environment. Some of the changes have involved  adding inaugural roles to their C-suites.
  4. Oracle to revamp AtlantiCare IT systems

    Atlantic City, N.J.-based AtlantiCare is entering into an IT partnership with Oracle Health as part of a new six-year initiative. 

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  1. CMS pitches inpatient payment rule for 2025: 8 things to know

    CMS released its annual Inpatient Prospective Payment System proposed rule April 10, which proposes a reimbursement boost for acute care hospitals.
  2. Ohio hospital to downgrade trauma center designation level

    Beavercreek, Ohio-based Soin Medical Center, part of Kettering (Ohio) Health, will no longer operate as a level 3 trauma center, effective April 13.
  3. Employment levels in 38 hospital jobs

    The types of jobs available at hospitals vary widely, and so do employment levels for those jobs. 
  4. 4 hospitalized from fake Botox injections: CDC

    The CDC is investigating fake Botox injections that have hospitalized at least four people in two states, NBC News reported April 10.

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  1. Best business schools for part-time MBAs: US News

    The Booth School of Business at University of Chicago topped U.S. News & World Report's 2024 rankings of best part-time MBA programs.
  2. 10 ransomware groups frequently targeting healthcare

    Ransomware gang LockBit 3.0 was listed as the ransomware group targeting the healthcare sector most often.
  3. Cedars-Sinai joins White House AI initiative

    Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai has joined a White House-led AI consortium. 
  4. VillageMD taps former Centene exec as president

    VillageMD — majority owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance — has selected Jim Murray as president and COO, effective April 1.
  5. The rise of side hustles

    Interest in side hustles accelerated during COVID-19, as many Americans looked for opportunities to boost their income amid rising inflation rates and a turbulent job market. New data suggests this trend has persisted in 2023, with a growing number of U.S. workers pursuing side gigs, Bloomberg reported April 9.
  6. 472 hospitals honored for patient safety, price transparency

    Less than 20% of the nation's hospitals were recognized for excellent patient safety ratings and the highest level of adherence to federal price transparency rules. 
  7. Iowa APRN charged with prescribing unnecessary devices

    An Iowa advanced registered nurse practitioner is accused of prescribing $1 million worth of unneeded medical devices to Medicare patients, ABC affiliate KCCI reported April 9.
  8. The state of nurse pay, work-life balance

    Pay has increased for some nurses, and the same can be said for the number of nurses seeking a higher degree or additional certification — but workplace violence also is on the rise, a Nurse.org report found.
  9. Healthcare's crush on Apple

    A majority of healthcare organizations have embraced Apple's iPhone and iPad as their go-to shared-use smart devices, an April 10 report from KLAS found. 

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