Article Summary There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the last two years have been difficult and trying for all sizes of healthcare organizations. Healthcare was one of the last sectors of the economy to be effected by the recession. It
Article Summary By 2030, just twenty years from now, all the baby boomers will have crossed over into the elderly category. Average annual medical expenditures for Americans age 65 and older are more than three times that of the working age group.
Article Summary The economic recovery, albeit slow, appears to be happening. Healthcare reform legislation has passed. These issues and their impact on healthcare organizations are complex and hard to predict, but a few things can be stated with certainty….Competition for talent will
Article Summary Joelle Lofaso, Director of Talent Management, Staffing and Recruitment at Cleveland Clinic, gives us her thoughts on the issues currently facing healthcare recruitment. Read Full Article Source: Executive Healthcare
Article Summary According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the healthcare industry is currently the largest employer in the U.S. with 13.6 million jobs and will likely remain the nation’s largest employer. Seven of the 20 fastest growing occupations in
White Paper Summary There’s a war going on, and many healthcare companies are fighting it—and losing. It’sthe war to attract and retain great talent. Even as other industries experience layoffs and cutbacks, most analysts have projected that the healthcare industry will be
Article Summary After more than two years of the worst economic climate most of us have ever experienced, 2010 could be the year where healthcare organizations see a reduced negative effect from the economy. But this could have a hidden downside –