The Illinois Nurses Association, a union created by nurse practitioners, will be the first nurses' union recognized by the state's largest hospital network.
After losing $70 million in the second quarter of 2017, NantHealth is now laying off about a third of its employees.
The July healthcare hiring surge marks the second consecutive month that job gains in the sector have surpassed last year's hot average of 32,000. The need for hospital and other medical workers is overriding ACA repeal worries.
Mednax missed its second-quarter earnings guidance on the same slowing in hospital services that hit investor-owned hospital chains.
One of the lingering challenges to recruit more individuals to pursue a career in primary care has been the large wage differential found between those specialties and more specialized clinical fields.
Medicaid health plan Molina Healthcare intends to lay off 1,400 employees, or 10% of its workforce, over the coming months to try to offset losses from its Obamacare exchange business, the company said in an internal memo to employees Monday.
Women hospital executives can start closing the pay gap with their male counterparts by truly negotiating compensation rather than accepting first offers, C-suite hospital executives said this week at the Modern Healthcare Women Leaders in Healthcare conference.
LinkedIn has joined a team of stakeholders in northeast Ohio — BioEnterprise, the city of Cleveland, Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga County — to provide data, analysis and market research on talent for health IT positions in the region.
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.