• 4 fastest-growing health careers

    Within healthcare, several careers have the highest projected growth rates from 2022 to 2032.
  • Highest-paying healthcare jobs by education level, ranked

    Healthcare jobs examined in one recent analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics and census data vary by pay and educational requirement. 
  • 43 US hospitals among world's best: Newsweek

    Forty-three U.S. hospitals were named to Newsweek's 2024 "World's Best Hospital" list, and four were in the top 10.
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  • 20 hospitals that won the most NIH money in 2023 — and how much they got

    In 2023, six of the 20 most-awarded hospitals by the National Institutes of Health were located in  Boston — and the No. 1 hospital won more than $272 million more than the second in line. 
  • The most 'influential' US Healthcare CEOs

    CEOWorld Magazine has released its latest list of "World's Most Influential CEOs And Business Executives," and multiple healthcare leaders based in the U.S. are on the list. 
  • 10 happiest, least happy US cities

    Fremont, Calif., is the happiest city in the U.S. and Detroit is the least happy, according to an analysis released Feb. 27 by personal finance website WalletHub. 
  • Viewpoint: Why AMCs need rankings

    For academic health systems, a strong ranking is more than an affirmation — it's a magnet for top talent and a catalyst for future developments, according to Jakub Tolar, MD, PhD, dean of the Minneapolis-based University of Minnesota Medical School and its vice president for clinical affairs.
  • 46 healthcare jobs, ranked by opportunity

    Advanced practice registered nurses have the best healthcare job among roles examined in one recent analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics and census data.
  • 15 best, worst state capitals to live in

    Not all state capitals are created equally, according to a Feb. 13 analysis from WalletHub. 
  • 15 best, worst states for women

    The top states for women — defined by economic opportunity, health, safety and wellbeing — are largely clustered along the East Coast. 
  • Top healthcare jobs that pay $200K or more

    Many of the top jobs that pay $200,000 or more are in healthcare, according to one new report.
  • 5 fastest-growing tech specialties

    Here are the fastest-growing jobs within tech specialties between 2022 and 2032, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • The most ethnically diverse cities by size

    Of the most ethnically diverse cities in the U.S., four of the top 10 are in Maryland, according to a WalletHub report published Feb. 21.
  • States ranked by hospital beds per 1,000 population

    The District of Columbia has the most hospital beds per 1,000 population of all U.S. states, while Washington has the fewest for the second year in a row, according to a ranking Kaiser Family Foundation released.
  • Top 6 billionaires in US healthcare

    The latest Bloomberg Billionaires Index, which consistently ranks the world's 500 richest people across industries, includes six leaders from U.S. healthcare. 
  • 10 hospitals with longest ED visit times, per CMS

    Becker's has compiled a list of hospitals and health systems with the longest emergency department visit times using data from CMS' provider data catalog. 
  • 10 'loneliest' cities in America

    In 24 American cities, at least 40% of the population lives alone. 
  • States ranked by primary care physicians per 100K people in 2024

    Washington, D.C. has the most primary care physicians for every 100,000 residents, while Idaho has the least, according to KFF data published in February and 2024 U.S. Census data.
  • States ranked by physician assistants per 100K people in 2024

    Washington, D.C. has the most physician assistants per 100,000 people in the country, while Mississippi has the least, according to KFF data published in February and 2024 U.S. Census data.
  • 5 states with most, fewest physician groups

    California has the highest number of physician groups while North Dakota has the fewest, a Definitive Healthcare report found.

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