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Basic steps to protect a practice against employee embezzlement
Jul 20 | Beth Jones Sanborn
With the median annual loss of nearly $450,000 due to theft many practices have plenty of room for…
Where clinicians want to work
Jul 20 | Beth Jones Sanborn
With metropolitan areas still popular regions for doctors and nurses, rural hospitals face…
Hospitals set to buy more medical transcription tools
Jul 17 | Jeff Lagasse
Growing digital transformation, as well as increasing adoption of web-based services over conventional analog devices, is…
Racial, gender disparities in Boston hospital leadership echo national trends
Jul 16 | Beth Jones Sanborn
New research found that 80 percent of the 103 clinical department heads at six major…
Burnout less likely at smaller practices
Jul 09 | Jeff Lagasse
The authors say it's the first research of its kind that examines the prevalence of burnout in…
New executives galore at hospitals in June
Jul 09 | Jeff Lagasse
Along with CEOs, many chief operating officers and chief nursing officers were also hired, making for a busy month.
73 percent of health leaders report burnout
Jul 03 | Jeff Lagasse
Of 1,750 healthcare leaders, 45 percent said they felt "burned out," while 28 percent said…
St. Louis children’s hospital to give nurses summers off
Jul 02 | Jeff Lagasse
The lax summer months affords the facility an opportunity to experiment with the staffing option, and it hopes to…
Disparate EHR systems can cause burnout
Jun 29 | Jeff Lagasse
The evolution of the patchwork EHR landscape has been complex, and one expert traces the problem…
Harvard Pilgrim CEO Eric Schultz resigns
Jun 29 | Susan Morse
The insurer is releasing little information as it names a new president.

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