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.
The move comes a month after the collapse of the hospital system's proposed North Shore merger. Advocate Health Care is the largest hospital network in Illinois.
The first-quarter earnings season for hospital companies hasn't officially begun and already a second large provider has previewed a net earnings drop for the quarter.
Physician staffing giant TeamHealth has named former hospital system executive Michael Wiechart as its new COO, succeeding the retiring Oliver Rogers.
The bill introduced this week is in response to several moves by the Trump administration to more carefully vet foreign immigrants.
Community Health Systems CEO Wayne Smith's total compensation decreased from $10.4 million in 2015 to $5.8 million in 2016.
Healthcare, the industry that led the charge in jobs growth throughout 2016, saw a significant job creation dip in March.
The Texas division of Catholic Health Initiatives laid off 459 employees this week as part of its ongoing restructuring plan.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday appeared skeptical of arguments that faith-based health systems should be subject to federal pension plan regulations.
The super-hot rate of healthcare job growth has started to abate after hospitals and health providers have staffed up since 2013 to care for 20 million newly insured people under the Affordable Care Act. The same can't be said for health spending.