Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. 'Abstract' speakers are more frequently viewed as leaders; But women speak more concretely: study

    Female leaders are more likely to focus on the "how" of problem-solving while male leaders are more likely to focus on the "why" — and people are more likely to associate "why" speech with leaders, according to research analyzed in Harvard Business Review Dec. 2. 
  2. U of California reaches contracts with physicians

    Resident physicians and fellows at the University of California Irvine and the University of California San Francisco have reached new contracts that include wage increases and other benefits.
  3. Nashville health system to monitor patients with wearables, data analytics

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Ardent Health Services has launched a continuous monitoring program that uses wearables and data analytics to track patients' vital signs.

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  1. Georgia health system taps senior VP for operations

    Johnny Ball III was named senior vice president of regional hospital operations for Valdosta-based South Georgia Medical Center. 
  2. New Jersey opioid treatment group to pay $3.15M to settle fraud allegations

    A New Jersey-based opioid abuse treatment center will pay $3.15 million to resolve criminal and civil claims it solicited kickbacks, obstructed a federal audit and fraudulently billed Medicaid, the Justice Department said Dec. 5.
  3. CIOs on the move: 18 appointments of 2022

    Here are the following health system and hospital CIO appointments that have been reported on in 2022:
  4. Stanford Health fully digitizes pathology orders

    Palo Alto, Calif.-based Stanford Health Care has rolled out a software system that digitizes pathology orders, allowing the health system to generate faster results. 

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  1. How a ransomware attack exacerbated St. Michael's workforce shortage

    Silverdale, Wash.-based St. Michael Medical Center experienced an October ransomware attack that exacerbated the hospital's short staffing issues that have been persisting for months, Kitsap Sun reported Dec. 2. 
  2. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital names Dr. Sandhya Balaram Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery

    NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn (N.Y.) Methodist Hospital named Sandhya Balaram, MD, PhD, chief of cardiothoracic surgery. Her hiring became effective Nov. 15.
  3. 5 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Here are five hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  4. Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana workers consider strike

    Members of Service Employees International Union, Local 121RN at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana (Calif.) Medical Center have voted to authorize a strike.

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  1. AI can use 1 x-ray to determine 10-year heart disease risk, researchers say

    Researchers developed a deep learning artificial intelligence model that can predict the 10-year risk of cardiovascular disease using a single X-ray.
  2. Older adult care needs have changed, but assisted living communities have not kept pace

    A new report is calling for assisted living communities to change their medical and mental health services to match the evolving populations they serve.
  3. Children of color less likely to have elective surgeries: Study

    Latino, Black and Asian children are less likely to have elective surgeries compared with white children, a study published in the December issue of Journal of Pediatric Surgery found. 
  4. Scale and profit: Getting outcomes from your digital health venture

    2021 was a mega year for digital health funding. With the COVID-19 pandemic driving huge demand for virtual and convenient services, digital health companies raised $29 billion.
  5. Hacker accesses Orlando Health employee's email

    An employee email account from Orlando (Fla.) Health was accessed by an unauthorized user, which may have compromised the information of 3,662 patients. 
  6. Illinois health system to advance innovative analytics

    Urbana, Ill.-based Carle Health has partnered with data and analytics technology company Health Catalyst to further advance its innovative analytics capabilities. 
  7. CDC awards $45M to Wisconsin to support healthcare workforce

    The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has been awarded a $45 million grant to help strengthen its public health workforce through retention, recruitment and training.
  8. Alabama hospital selects Meditech for EHR

    Alexander City, Ala.-based Russell Medical Center has chosen Meditech's software-as-a-service option for its EHR.
  9. Supply chain issues may be easing even as economic activity contracts, report suggests

    While economic activity in the U.S. manufacturing sector contracted in November for the first time since May 2020, there were some signs of optimism that supply chain issues may generally be easing, a key U.S. economic report showed Dec. 5.

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