• Hospitals, industry heavyweights denounce Medicaid reporting proposal

    Large healthcare industry players are at odds with a proposal from the Trump administration that would change reporting requirements for state supplemental payments to Medicaid providers, according to The Wall Street Journal.
  • Key Elements of Advanced Practice Provider Integration

    By the year 2025, industry analysts predict the healthcare industry will undergo major shifts, including a noticeable gap in the number of available health care providers. A combination of more insured patients, an aging population, a rise in the number of veterans with medical issues, and a shortage of doctors pose challenges to an already stressed system.
  • Stanford Children's COO: How leaders can drive negative emotions out of the workplace

    As senior leaders in complex healthcare organizations, we have an enormous privilege. Each day, we support thousands of wonderful people doing amazing work taking care of patients and their families. We set the pace for change. We speed it up, and when appropriate, we slow it down. We are equally charged with managing things simple and complex. We have a small number of key responsibilities: achieving our missions, making our margins and taking care of our people. However, we sometimes forget that the last point — taking care of our people — should always be the first point.
  • Azar: Trump administration waiting for court decision to produce ACA replacement plan

    HHS Secretary Alex Azar said the Trump administration plans to "wait until there's a final judgment" in the latest ACA challenge to produce a replacement healthcare plan, according to The Hill.
  • A 'very, very fine line': How the gender 'double bind' affects workplace feedback & 3 strategies to stop it

    Women have long juggled contradictory expectations. Being too nice means women aren't taken seriously, and being too assertive means they are labeled difficult. Research shows this double bind prevents women from receiving the candid feedback they need to advance in the workplace.
  • HCA hiring 10 execs for Orlando teaching hospital

    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare and the University of Central Florida in Orlando are hiring executives to lead services like quality, emergency services and patient safety at their new 64-bed facility in Orlando.
  • Healthcare top issue for New Hampshire voters

    The plurality — 37 percent — of voters said healthcare was the most important issue they considered in the Democratic primaries, according to exit poll data cited by The Washington Post. 
  • 8 CEOs share their best advice

    The Corner Office series asks healthcare executives to answer seven questions about their life inside and outside the C-suite.
  • Happy Valentine's Day: 10 #HealthPolicyValentines to celebrate Feb. 14

    Since 2012, healthcare experts and policy wonks have posted love notes to the industry on Twitter around Valentine's Day in the form of #HealthPolicyValentines.
  • Nevada union opposes Sanders' 'Medicare for All' plan

    A "politically powerful" union representing 130,000 culinary workers and their families opposes "Medicare for All," particularly the version of the plan Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is running on, according to The Nevada Independent.
  • Corner Office: AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw on 30 years in the healing ministry

    Terry Shaw has worked at Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth for more than three decades, starting as intern in the finance department and becoming president and CEO of the health system in 2016.
  • North Carolina employee association, New Hanover Regional pour money into competing ads

    New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, N.C., and a state employees association are battling it out in $445,000 worth of local ad buys partially related to the hospital's future governance structure, reports Port City Daily.
  • GOP disagreement stalls drug pricing bill in Senate

    Republican "divisions" in opinion on a bipartisan drug pricing bill have slowed further action on the legislation so far, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said, according to The Hill.
  • Household division of labor hasn't changed much in 50 years

    Since 1996, more men are grocery shopping, doing laundry, cooking, dishwashing and cleaning, but women still shoulder most of the work related to those tasks, according to a Gallup poll.
  • JAMA launches site for healthcare policy

    JAMA Network, the organization that runs JAMA and the American Medical Association's other publications, launched JAMA Health Forum, which will provide health policy content from across the network.
  • 25 medical pioneers to celebrate this Black History Month

    In honor of Black History Month, here are 25 exceptional clinicians and healthcare professionals who advanced medicine and race relations in the U.S.
  • Women leaders in medicine: 3 paths to physician success

    The path toward a leadership position in medicine isn’t always easy for women. But it’s important to find—or create—growth experiences and meaningful connections wherever you can in your journey.
  • 10 hospitals hiring CEOs

    Below are 10 hospitals and health systems that posted job listings seeking CEOs during the past month.
  • One Brooklyn Health System appoints first chairpersons

     The One Brooklyn (N.Y.) Health System has appointed five clinicians to system chairperson roles:
  • 7 healthcare sound bites from Friday's Democratic debate

    Democratic candidates debated the price tag of "Medicare for All," the ability to pass reforms through Congress and the decriminalization of opioids at the Feb. 7 debate.

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