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    Healthcare continues to be one of the most remote-friendly industries, according to job search site FlexJobs.
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    Connecticut has the highest annual tobacco smoking-connected healthcare cost per smoker of all U.S. states, according to an analysis by WalletHub, a personal finance website.
  • States ranked by adults with fair, poor health

    West Virginia has the highest proportion of residents who report fair or poor health of all U.S. states, according to a ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • How 29 physician specialties rank on happiness outside of work

    Rheumatologists, general surgeons, public health and preventive medicine physicians, and allergists/immunologists are the happiest outside of work compared to other specialists, according to a new Medscape report.
  • States ranked by percentage of adults with asthma

    West Virginia has the highest percentage of adults who suffer from asthma in the country, according to a new ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • States ranked by amount of overweight, obese adults

    Mississippi has the highest proportion of residents who are overweight or obese of all U.S. states, according to a ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • Healthcare affordability scorecard: Where does your state rank?

    Massachusetts topped the list of a new scorecard rating states on their adoption of policies to improve affordability of healthcare, but no state earned a perfect score.
  • 10 best, worst cities for an active lifestyle

    Honolulu is the best U.S. city for an active lifestyle, according to an analysis by WalletHub, a personal finance website.
  • The 10 Shkreli Award recipients that exemplified 'profiteering and dysfunction' in healthcare

    The Lown Institute, a healthcare think tank, has released its third annual Shkreli Awards, a list of the top 10 worst actors in healthcare from the last year. The institute awards people and businesses that exemplify "profiteering and dysfunction in healthcare."
  • States ranked by amount of adult smokers

    West Virginia contains the largest proportion of residents who report smoking of all U.S. states, according to a ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • 10 worst, best states to be a baby boomer

    Nevada is the worst state to be a baby boomer, according to an analysis by Zippia, a career search and employment services company.
  • 14 highest-paying healthcare jobs in 2020

    Fourteen of the 25 highest-paying jobs in 2020 are in healthcare, according to U.S. News & World Report's Best Job rankings released Jan. 7.
  • 10 best healthcare jobs in 2020

    Healthcare positions made up 46 of the top 100 jobs in the country for 2020, according to U.S. News & World Report's Best Job rankings released Jan. 7.
  • 43% of older patients seek out physician ratings

    Patients between ages 50 and 80 read online reviews of physicians and often use these reviews to choose a provider, according to a survey conducted by the Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy.
  • Leapfrog names 2019 Top Hospitals

    The Leapfrog Group recognized 120 hospitals nationwide with its 2019 Top Hospitals award Dec. 17.
  • America's Health Rankings: How all 50 states fared

    UnitedHealth Group ranked Vermont as the healthiest state and Mississippi as the least healthy state in 2019, according to its annual population health rankings.
  • US states ranked by suicide rate

    Montana has the highest rate of suicides among U.S. states, with nearly 29 per 100,000 individuals, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • Glassdoor: Best places to work in healthcare for 2020

    Glassdoor released its list of "Best Places to Work" in 2020, and 14 hospitals and healthcare companies made the list.
  • Top 15 'emerging jobs' for 2020 led by AI, data science, behavioral health

    Most of the jobs that have experienced massive growth in the U.S. and continue to show the most potential are in the tech sector, with the role of artificial intelligence specialist experiencing a whopping 74 percent growth in recent years, per a new LinkedIn report.
  • 10 most in-demand medical specialties

    Family medicine is the most in-demand physician specialty in the U.S., according to Doximity's 2019 Physician Employment Report.

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