• 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.
  • 10 cities with the most physician demand

    El Paso, Texas, has the largest demand for physicians of all U.S. cities, according to a new report from Doximity.
  • Forbes spotlights 30 top healthcare leaders under 30

    Forbes magazine recently released its annual series of "30 Under 30" lists honoring young professionals in various industries, including 30 healthcare leaders, many of whom are shaping the industry through digital health or biotech startups.
  • 29 best-managed healthcare companies

    Twenty-nine healthcare companies made the Management Top 250, a ranking that measures corporate effectiveness developed by the Drucker Institute.
  • States ranked by shortage of mental health professionals

    California has the most areas facing shortages of mental healthcare professionals of all U.S. states, according to a new ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • States ranked by shortage of primary care providers

    California has the most areas facing shortages of primary care providers of all U.S. states, according to a new ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
  • 10 countries with the most expensive medicines

    The U.S. has the most expensive medicines in the globe, costing 306.82 percent more than the global median, according to an analysis by Medbelle, a digital healthcare company based in London.
  • Hospitals give report cards a taste of their own medicine

    The proliferation of different and sometimes contradictory hospital report cards is confusing patients. People want reliable information to make informed decisions about their care. Instead, they find a cacophony of contradictory reports and ratings.
  • IBM Watson names top 50 cardiovascular hospitals

    IBM Watson Health released its annual study of the top 50 hospitals for cardiovascular care Nov.19.
  • US continues to lead in healthcare spending

    The United States spends more than twice as much as the average Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development country on healthcare, yet it lags in many health indicators, according to a recently published OECD report.
  • 10 states with the highest obesity rates

    West Virginia has the highest obesity rate in the U.S., according to a study from the personal finance website WalletHub.
  • 10 major cities with the highest, lowest uninsured rates

    Dallas has the highest uninsured rate among large cities in the U.S., according to an analysis by WalletHub, a personal finance website.
  • 13 physicians recognized for excellent emergency care

    The American College of Emergency Physicians honored 13 emergency medicine physicians at its annual meeting, according to a Nov. 4 news release.
  • 10 'best hospital' cities with the most, least nurses per capita

    Despite ranking as the second "best hospital city" in the U.S., Los Angeles has a relatively low rate of nurses per capita at 29.47, according to Medbelle, a digital healthcare company based in London.
  • HBR ranks world's best performing CEOs this year: 9 are in healthcare

    The nine healthcare CEOs who made Harvard Business Review's annual ranking of the top chief executives lead companies in biotech, biopharma, diagnostics and medical devices.

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