As COVID-19 cases rise again, the pressing question of whether vaccinations should be required for healthcare workers is gaining attention.
The Department of Health and Human Services is directing $103 million from the American Rescue Plan to address burnout in healthcare workers.
Dollar General, a discount retailer with more than 17,000 stores, is stepping into the healthcare space by adding more health-related products and hiring a chief medical officer.
More than half of healthcare workers reported at least one adverse mental health condition tied to the public health crisis caused by COVID-19, new data from the CDC reveals.
Physician residents and emergency care teams face higher risks of both verbal and physical assault while on the job, according to a recent study published in Annals of Emergency Medicine.
NextGen Healthcare, an electronic health record company and provider of ambulatory-focused technology services, and its president and CEO, Rusty Frantz, have reached a mutual agreement for Frantz to step down from his role, effective immediately.
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%.