A federal jury recently awarded a former healthcare staffing company co-owner $27.6 million in a lawsuit that included allegations of fraud, violence, abuse and rumors.
The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company is attempting to reorganize as sales of personal computers shrink. Intel officials said the company will make investments in products and technologies, such as the cloud, that will foster revenue growth, and drive more profitable mobile and personal computer...
Joseph Flanagan was named president and COO of Accretive. Christopher Ricaurte was promoted to CFO and treasurer. He takes over for Peter Csapo, who will help with the executive transition. In February, Accretive closed a deal with its largest client, St. Louis-based health system Ascension Health.
More than 2,700 Bay Area nurses working at Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital have voted to strike after failing to reach a contract agreement. The two sides return to the bargaining table Monday in Palo Alto, Calif.
Schumacher Clinical Partners, a physician staffing company with 5,200 doctors contracted to hospitals, is acquiring ECI Healthcare Partners. Terms were not disclosed.
The way in which EmblemHealth went about the layoffs has left many former employees angry, and they have turned to Florida labor attorney Sara Blackwell to fight the changes.
EmblemHealth issued layoff notices to 250 staff members, effective in 90 days, kicking off a potentially ugly fight between the insurer and its workers. Emblem is hiring TriZetto in a bid to save money by automating processes and upgrading technology.
One area in healthcare that is ripe for improvement is the scheduling process. It's a challenge that LeanTaas, a 6-year-old company based in Santa Clara, Calif., compares to a game of Tetris.
Several dozen staffers at UPMC's Pittsburgh hospitals went on strike Thursday in solidarity with workers worldwide protesting for higher minimum wages and greater union rights.
OnShift, a post-acute care and senior-living-staff-scheduling software company in Cleveland, is shifting into a higher gear after closing $18 million in Series D financing.
Several dozen staffers at Pittsburgh-based UPMC are striking this afternoon in solidarity with workers worldwide who today are protesting for higher minimum wages and greater union rights. The protests come on the heels of UPMC's announcement last month of plans to raise the minimum wage for its...
The U.S. Supreme Court could soon decide whether it will hear a case over a new federal rule that requires home healthcare agencies to pay higher wages to many workers.