Healthcare is a notoriously stable industry, making it a smart career choice. Here are some great positions to consider, if you want to get into healthcare.
Anthem is being held accountable, to the tune of a record breaking $16,000,000, for cyber attacks that compromised protected health information.
Two medical and health sciences and services fields of study were ranked in the top 10 most valuable college majors according to a new survey.
Pharmacists will no longer have to keep it a secret when the cash price for a prescription is less than what someone would pay using their insurance plan.
The unemployment rate is at a 49 year low, and healthcare’s steady and consistent job growth is one factor as to why.
900,000 Americans were hospitalized and 80,000 Americans, including a record-breaking 180 children, died from the flu during the 2017-2018 season.
Healthcare data breaches are trending upward, rising from 199 reported incidents in 2010 to 344 reported incidents in 2017.
51% of Americans surveyed said they share their personal healthcare experiences online via social media and review sites, such as Yelp, Google, and Facebook.
When you are interviewing for a position, traditionally, you will be the one answering the questions, not asking them—but you should definitely ask some.
When it comes to jobs, the healthcare sector remains strong, accounting for 16.5% of the total jobs added in the U.S. in August.