“So, if you’re poor, you’re dead,” was one British woman’s reaction to finding out the sky-high cost of healthcare in the U.S. in a video that went viral this week.
Working in the medical field often gives you perspectives that not many other jobs can afford. Tell us, what has working in healthcare made you most thankful for?
This morning, the Trump Administration issued two rules to increase healthcare price transparency, at both hospital and payer levels.
Access to healthcare saw great progress this past week, with the first residential deliveries of prescriptions via autonomous drone.
In recent weeks, hundreds of hospitals have joined the fight against the opioid epidemic by filing suits against the highly addictive drug’s makers and distributors.
Working in healthcare is just plain hard. So, how do you cope if and when your passion for it seems gone? Here are some things to try.
Waste in the U.S. healthcare system accounts for nearly 25% of total spending, or $760 to $935 billion annually, according to a report published this week.
Even if you’re not actively seeking, it’s always a good idea to have an impressive résumé at the ready, just in case an ideal job happens to pop up on your radar.
After the flu claimed the life of a 4-year-old in California, health officials are warning that the upcoming flu season could be severe.
For the first time in a decade, the number of Americans without health insurance has risen, up by about 2 million people in 2018.