Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. 9 diseases with pandemic potential: WHO

    Behind the scenes at the World Health Organization, epidemiologists track a list of the most important infectious diseases to keep tabs on. The list is of utmost importance — particularly in an age where a global pandemic has already occurred. This is why in November, the WHO recruited300 scientists to help identify the most infectious pathogens to update the list, which previously had not been revised since 2018.
  2. 37% of nurses in degree scheme passed NCLEX, feds say

    More than one-third of aspiring nurses who allegedly purchased phony degrees to bypass coursework and training required to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination passed the test, The New York Times reported Jan. 27.  
  3. CMS' drug negotiation program could save $26B over 3 years, study finds

    CMS' Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program will likely save the federal government billions of dollars, according to a study published Jan. 27 in JAMA Health Forum.

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  1. 4 health system collaborations with Big Tech

    Hospitals and health systems have been looking to Big Tech for partnerships that will help them improve their EHR and administrative operations and find innovative care solutions.
  2. 10 providers seeking RCM talent

    Ten hospitals or health systems recently posted job listings seeking revenue cycle management expertise.
  3. Head of Oracle Health engineering exits

    Don Johnson, executive vice president of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure at Oracle, has abruptly left the company, TheRegister reported Jan. 25. 
  4. 5 staff treated after fire at UPMC hospital

    A fire occurred in a hospital room at UPMC East Jan. 29 after a "patient may have attempted to light a cigarette while on oxygen," a hospital spokesperson told Becker's Jan. 30. 

Innovation in the ED — The 3 steps South Shore Hospital took to better manage high-risk patients

Adverse drug events and readmissions can quickly burden EDs. Here are 3 steps this New England hospital took to better manage high-risk patients.
  1. Illinois hospital closes

    St. Margaret's Health-Peru (Ill.) closed Jan. 28 after the system's CEO and chair of the board detailed plans Jan. 20 to temporarily shutter the hospital, Shaw Local News Network reported Jan. 28.    
  2. Optum rolls out mobile clinics in Utah

    Optum is rolling out mobile clinics for members across Utah.
  3. Posting salary ranges can help lure Gen Z talent: survey

    Upcoming and recent graduates are 85 percent less likely to apply for a job if the salary range is not posted, according to a recent survey from Adobe. 
  4. HCA hospitals make 10 executive changes

    HCA Healthcare, a for-profit hospital operator based in Nashville, Tenn., has made leadership changes at several of its hospitals this month. 

Care, Culture & Certification: The Impact of Employee Listening at Dayton Children’s Hospital

Dayton Children's fully embraced nurse feedback and is now Forbes' best employer in Ohio. See how the hospital boosted nurse engagement and satisfaction here.
  1. 3 health systems raising their minimum wage

    Many hospitals and health systems are raising their minimum wage for employees to recognize their team's contributions and remain competitive in a high-demand market.
  2. Duke becomes 9th medical school to exit US News rankings

    Durham, N.C.-based Duke University School of Medicine withdrew from U.S. News & World Report's medical school rankings on Jan. 27, becoming the ninth school to make the move. 
  3. Epic in the last 30 days

    From plans to put MyChart on smart televisions to new partnerships with health systems, here are four updates on Epic's operations, software products and partnerships reported by Becker's Hospital Review in January.
  4. COVID-19 still a public health emergency, says WHO: 5 updates

    The World Health Organization has determined COVID-19 remains a public health emergency. The agency's director-general accepted the recommendations of its emergency committee on Jan. 30. 
  5. Hospitals suffer worst financial year since the pandemic

    Eleventh-hour financial improvements were not enough for U.S. hospitals, making 2022 "the worst financial year for hospitals and health systems since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic," according to Kaufman Hall. 
  6. Ascension to close 11 Indiana medical group locations

    Ascension Medical Group St. Vincent plans to partially or fully end services at 11 clinics across Indiana, ABC affiliate WRTV reported Jan. 27.
  7. HCA sends health system president to TriStar hospital

    Tom Ozburn has been named CEO of Nashville, Tenn.-based TriStar Centennial Medical Center, a member of HCA Healthcare, the Chattanooga Times Free Press reported Jan. 27. 
  8. Idaho hospital investigates employee after 'inappropriate hand gesture' in social media post

    St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center in Twin Falls, Idaho, has launched an investigation after a photo of an employee "making an inappropriate hand gesture that is often interpreted as highly offensive" was posted on the hospital's social media sites, according to a hospital statement shared with Becker's.
  9. 50 hospitals and health systems with great orthopedic programs headed into 2023

    Becker's Hospital Review is excited to feature the orthopedic departments of 50 hospitals and health systems across the U.S.

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