• Best medical schools for 2023: US News

    Boston-based Harvard Medical School for the second consecutive year earned the No. 1 spot on U.S. News and World Report's list of best medical schools for research for 2023, released March 29. 
  • States ranked by hospital beds per 1,000 population

    South Dakota has the most hospital beds per 1,000 population of all U.S. states, while Washington has the fewest, according to a ranking Kaiser Family Foundation released March 25.
  • 10 most, least stressed states

    Louisiana is the most stressed state in America, and Utah is the least, according to an analysis released March 28 by personal finance website WalletHub.  
  • An Executive’s Perspective on Outsourcing – The Journey to RCM Efficiency

    46% of healthcare orgs are behind on 2022 revenue goals. See the top RCM challenges leaders are facing and learn how to get back on track here.
  • States ranked from most to least innovative

    The U.S. ranks third on the Global Innovation Index, a designation certain states have contributed toward more than others, according to rankings released March 23 by personal finance site WalletHub.
  • Physicians' average annual wage, ranked by state

    South Dakota has the highest average annual wage for physicians, according to rankings released March 21 by WalletHub, a personal finance website.
  • The 15 best, worst states for physicians in 2022

    The top three states for physicians to practice medicine this year are in the Midwest and the worst are on the East Coast, according to one new ranking.
  • 10 top healthcare companies for innovation, per Drucker Institute

    Ten healthcare companies were ranked among the most innovative in 2021 by the Drucker Institute, according to a ranking published in The Wall Street Journal.
  • 10 most segregated hospital markets

    Detroit is the most segregated hospital market in the U.S., according to a ranking from the Lown Institute, a nonpartisan healthcare think tank. 
  • 'World's most ethical companies' list includes 9 health systems

    Ethisphere Institute, a for-profit company that defines and measures corporate ethical standards, has named nine health systems to its 2022 list of "world's most ethical companies."
  • 10 most overweight US cities

    McAllen, Texas, is the most overweight and obese city in the U.S., according to an analysis by WalletHub, a personal finance website. 
  • 20 best-managed healthcare companies

    One healthcare company is among the top 10 best-managed businesses in the U.S., according to the annual ranking by the Drucker Institute.
  • 15 states hit most, least by the 'Great Resignation'

    The rate at which people are leaving their places of employment varies across the country, with Alaska leading the nation and New York lagging. 
  • Healthgrades honors 24 hospitals for early COVID-19 care

    Healthgrades' "Leading Hospitals in Early COVID Care" list honors 24 hospitals across the U.S. that provided exceptional care while managing an influx of patients during the first wave of the pandemic.
  • 25 US hospitals among Newsweek's 100 best in the world

    Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic and Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital were named the top three hospitals in the world in 2022 by Newsweek.
  • 10 happiest, unhappiest cities in the US

    California cities dominate the list of happiest cities in the U.S., according to an analysis released March 1 by personal finance website WalletHub. 
  • ER wait times, by state

    Maryland is the state where patients spend the longest time in the emergency department before leaving the hospital, according to research by IT service automation company SysAid. 
  • Top 5 billionaires in US healthcare

    Three healthcare industry leaders each have a net worth of more than $9 billion.
  • The 15 best, worst cities for jobs in 2022

    Cities with the strongest job markets are peppered throughout the U.S., with no one region dominating the top-ranked out of 182 of the country's most populated cities, according to one ranking. 
  • AACN recognizes 188 hospital units for care quality

    The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses selected 188 hospital units nationwide as the winners of its 2021 Beacon Award for Excellence, the organization said Feb. 16.
  • 34 states where child care costs more than college tuition 

    The annual expense of child care for an infant exceeds the annual cost of in-state tuition at a public four-year university in 34 states, according to the most recent data from the Economic Policy Institute. 

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