Takeda Pharmaceuticals is finishing a major reorganization that has forced hundreds of Chicago-area executives to relocate to the Boston area and slashed hundreds more field sales jobs across the country.
There will be an estimated shortage of 1.2 million nurses in the U.S. by 2022. But Nomad Health's CEO thinks his platform can help solve that problem.
The healthcare industry added 36,500 jobs in June, marking the strongest month so far in 2017 for job creation in the sector. The healthcare hiring machine continued to churn even as Senate Republicans mull over plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Community trepidation, tense provider relationships and tumbling revenue at Summa Health in Akron, Ohio, are making an already difficult job more challenging as interim CEO Dr. Cliff Deveny tries to right the ship after a tumultuous start to 2017.
Learn how traditional scheduling software is being replaced with mobile real-time solutions that prepare hospitals for a new age in workforce management.
Houston-based health system Memorial Hermann will cut 350 jobs, the organization announced Wednesday, citing escalating costs, declining reimbursements and a softened local economy.
Summa Health is eliminating more than 300 positions, cutting services, consolidating units and "re-evaluating our ongoing capital needs" to avoid a $60 million loss projected this year that could threaten its independence, the health system announced on Monday.
The D.C.-based hospital said it hopes the layoffs will help close its budget gap. The cut that will shrink its workforce by 2%.
The healthcare industry was among the nation's top job generators last month, with 24,300 new hires in May and outpaced the rest of the economy.
The startup hopes its web-based platform will connect physicians with hospitals looking for staff and address the growing doctor shortage in the U.S.
This year's National Hospital Week theme, “The Healing Heart of Healthcare,” recognizes the core of what a hospital does: taking care of people, one patient at a time.
Cleveland State University will offer bachelor's and master's of science degrees in nursing for registered nurses through a new partnership with MetroHealth.