Leadership & Workforce

Cano Health, a primary care provider for seniors and underserved communities, has acquired private medical provider University Health Care and its affiliates in a deal worth $600 million.

 

Some healthcare workers are using personal protective equipment to express themselves, giving fashion a new inroad into the workplace.

 

A top editor at the Journal for American Medical Association (JAMA) has stepped down, the American Medical Association has confirmed.

JPMorgan Chase is forging a new path in the healthcare space following the downfall of Haven Healthcare, its recent joint venture with Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway.

 

The principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is stepping down from her role, marking the second high-profile departure from the agency in the span of a month.

 

A new analysis reveals that most physicians were not working in private practices in 2020, marking the first time this category dropped below 50%.

 

If two regional studies published May 3 are reflective of all U.S. healthcare workers’ attitudes toward the present pandemic, facemask wearing is spotty and vaccination rates are more variable by demographics and attitudes than access.

Healthcare CEOs saw their median pay dip slightly in 2020, but many healthcare top executives are among the highest earners, according to a new report from Equilar ranking the 100 highest paid CEOs last year. 

The editorial board of a major metropolitan U.S. newspaper is calling out local hospital executives who sit on the boards of deep-pocketed healthcare vendors.

Occupying the overall No. 1 slot is Cisco, the Silicon Valley IT giant, while 29-hospital Texas Health Resources is the highest-placing healthcare concern out of nine to make the list.  

Brian Thompson has been named UnitedHealthcare’s new CEO. UnitedHealthcare is the health benefits business of UnitedHealth Group and one of the nation’s largest health insurers.

 

A new study reveals Blacks, Latinos, and Native Americans are “severely” underrepresented in the healthcare workforce, an issue that could exacerbate disease disparities.