Healthcare offers many new jobs for individuals interested in a stable career, who don’t necessarily want to follow the traditional educational path.
Yes, you read that title correctly—the highest paying job in every single state in the United States is a healthcare job.
New codes have been proposed relating to social determinants, also known as the non-medical factors in a patient’s life that have an impact on their health.
U.S. News & World Report has released their 30th edition of the Best Hospitals in the United States. Take a look at which hospitals scored top marks.
Telehealth is gaining in usage, says a new report, but there are still some barriers in place that are hindering wider implementation.
Some states prove to be a safer bet in terms of finding a job in healthcare, due to the sheer number available. Here are the states with the most right now.
Women make up more than 60% of the healthcare workforce, so it makes sense that healthcare employers would make it on the list of Best Employers for Women.
June has rolled over to July—the rainbow-tinted marches have halted and the pride flags have been folded up and tucked away. But transgender patients still need care, quality care, which, in many cases, they are not receiving.
The Fourth of July is upon us (happy birthday, America!) and, with it, no shortage fireworks—and the injuries that come with them.
Looking for a job in healthcare? Don’t believe the hype about the summertime slump. Here’s 50,000 jobs available right now.