Where remote work is up, down

The rate of remote workers varies widely among states, according to a LendingTree analysis published Nov. 28.

UnitedHealth Group Revenue To Hit $360 Billion Next Year

UnitedHealth Group revenue will surpass $357 billion next year as the diversified healthcare giant continues to grow its health insurance business along with the provision of medical care.

California hospital swaps Meditech for Oracle Cerner in $12M EHR migration

Adventist Health Mendocino Coast in Fort Bragg, Calif., is going live with a new Oracle Cerner EHR on Dec. 1.

When it comes to bad behavior, workplace incentives can be both ‘cure’ and ‘poison’

Leaders may believe that performance-based incentives, such as higher bonuses, will motivate employees to perform better. However, recent research suggests some workers reach those high targets through unethical means, The Washington Post reported Nov….

5 reasons hospitals are ramping up emergency preparations

Many hospitals are evolving their emergency preparedness procedures to protect against rising threats, from cyberattacks to extreme weather, Time reported Nov. 25. 

Michigan ASC gains orthopedic certification

Troy, Mich.-based UnaSource Surgery Center has snagged Advanced Orthopaedic Certification from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, the company said in a Nov. 28 email to Becker’s. 

Montefiore reports 2nd straight loss as investment returns slump

New York City-based Montefiore Health System exacerbated losses in the first nine months of 2022 even as its operating revenues increased and expenses were largely stable. 

UMass Chan Medical School unveils formal nurse preceptor training program

UMass Chan Medical School in Worcester, Mass., is working with partners to launch a formal nurse preceptor academy to address the New England region’s nursing shortage and increase access to care. 

JPMorgan bets big on healthcare

While JPMorgan is a cornerstone of the global financial system, most observers don’t associate the 151-year-old firm with healthcare. 

Physician pleads guilty to profiting from misbranded, tampered products

San Francisco physician Lindsay Clark, MD, and her medical practice pleaded guilty to charges of receiving and delivering misbranded drugs and misbranded and adulterated devices, the Justice Department said Nov. 28.

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