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    The Stanford (Calif.) University School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore were among some of the best medical schools in the U.S. where students obtained higher than average starting physician salaries, according to InsiderMonkey.
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    The CEOs of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare, Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare and Deerfield, Ill.-based Walgreens Boots Alliance received some of the highest compensation rates among chief executives of larger U.S. companies, according to a recent survey by Equilar.
  • 10 best cities for quality of life, job market

    Austin, Texas, is the No. 1 city to live in according to quality of life, job market strength and affordability, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2018 Best Places to Live list.
  • 10 best cities for PAs

    Pittsburgh, Hartford, Conn., and New York City were among the top 10 best cities for physician assistants based on the number of jobs available, according to a recent survey by online storage marketplace SpareFoot.
  • US News: 10 best medical schools for 3 specialties

    Alongside its No. 1 spot among U.S. News & World Report's "Best Medical Schools 2019" rankings, Boston-based Harvard Medical School ranked as the No. 1 medical school for several specialties, including anesthesiology, internal medicine and surgery.
  • 10 medical schools with the lowest acceptance rates

    The average acceptance rate for 2017-18 medical school candidates was 7 percent, according to data gathered by U.S. News & World Report.
  • 10 states with the best, worst government health services

    Minnesota offers the best government health services, according to an analysis by WalletHub.
  • 10 cities with longest, shortest patient wait times

    The average wait time to see a physician in the U.S. currently stands at 18 minutes, 13 seconds across specialties, which is down 22 seconds from last year. However, patient wait times vary significantly across cities, according to Vitals' annual Physician Wait Time Report.
  • 10 best, worst states for physicians

    South Dakota is the best state for physicians, according to an analysis by WalletHub.
  • 'Top Innovator' with 20 breakthroughs

    In a recent blog post, Abbott highlights some of "medical marvels" on Clarivate's Top 100 Global Innovators list after being named to the list for the fifth year in a row. 
  • Virginia city home to healthiest community in America, says US News: 5 things to know

    Falls Church, Va., tops U.S. News & World Report's inaugural rankings of healthiest communities across the country.
  • US News names 36 places to first-ever community health honor roll

    The 2018 U.S. News Healthiest Communities Honor Roll recognizes 36 communities ranging from Allegany County, N.Y., to Winneshiek County, Iowa.
  • 3 healthcare companies made LinkedIn's 'Top Companies 2018'

    While several of the top companies listed among LinkedIn's "Top Companies 2018," including Amazon and Apple, have begun venturing into the healthcare space, only three companies already in the industry made the cut this year.
  • US News ranks 'Best Medical Schools 2019'

    Boston-based Harvard Medical School took the top spot among U.S. News & World Report's "Best Medical Schools" for research for 2019.
  • Indeed: 4 best US healthcare jobs for base salary, growth

    Four out of the 25 best U.S. jobs this year are in healthcare. Of these healthcare jobs, optometrist ranked the highest, seeing 118 percent growth in job postings from 2014-17, according to a recent Indeed report.
  • 20 most overweight American cities

    Nearly all of the 20 most overweight cities in the U.S. are in the country's Southern regions, according to a WalletHub analysis.
  • 10 happiest countries

    The United Nations released its annual "World Happiness 2018" report March 14, which aims to survey the state of global happiness.
  • Sneak peak: US News' 10 best medical schools 2019 for primary care, research

    U.S. News & World Report published a preview of the top 10 medical schools for research and primary care March 13.

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