With 18% of healthcare workers having left their jobs and another 12% being laid off, what are the solutions for healthcare as a whole? You can’t open a paper, magazine, or watch news and not hear about the crisis that has evolved. This is our Talent Tuesday Workforce edition.Read More
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Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include Panoramic Health, Aura Biosciences, Inc., Ordr, Pison Technology, Ontada, Wolters Kluwer Health, emtelligent, One Call, HRC Fertility Center, Implicity, DirectTrust, Intelligent Medical Objects, Bamboo Health, & CMS.
By Lyle Berkowitz MD – Tales of a supposed “doctor shortage” have spread far and wide across the healthcare industry in recent years. But what if we’re looking at this so-called problem in the wrong way? What if we don’t have a shortage of physicians, but rather a shortage of using them efficiently?
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include Ontada, Encare, Kalderos, PRIM&R, OM1, Magellan Health, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Brightside Health, Edifecs, ABOUT Healthcare, Paytient, Goodroot, The American College of Physician Advisors, HHAeXchange, athenahealth, CereCore, SeamlessMD, & MRO.
By Elisabeth Rosenthal – I’ve been receiving an escalating stream of panicked emails from people telling me their longtime physician was retiring, was no longer taking their insurance, or had gone concierge and would no longer see them unless they ponied up a hefty annual fee.
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include CalmWave, Sagility, Edifecs, Experity, Woebot Health, MultiPlan Corp., Lightning Step, Kipu Health, Cano Health, Elucid Inc., Array Behavioral Care, & aptihealth.
By Allison Morin – Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare industry, providing critical patient care in every care setting. As a nurse and an informaticist, I witness the burnout every day and hospitals struggling with workforce shortages, and the repercussions pervasive to healthcare in 2023.
HRSA, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, announced awards of more than $100 million to train more nurses and grow the nursing workforce. These investments will address the increasing demand for registered nurses, nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, and nurse faculty.