Industry News - October 2022
The primary challenge in recruiting allied healthcare professionals is the current labor shortage.
Emergency care will continue to be available at both locations until December.
More workers want to quit, but few have plans to actually do so.
Revisions to Special Focus Facility program aims to increase enforcement actions for facilities that fail to demonstrate improvement.
The number of publicly announced seniors housing and care acquisitions in the third quarter of 2022 dropped to 133 deals.
Healthcare M&A deal value totals revealed a slight increase from $57.74 billion in Q2:22 to $58.2 billion during Q3:22.
A combined organization would feature a network of 3,800 providers serving more than 2 million people in rural and mid-urban communities.
Prior authorization requirements ranked as the top burden for medical practices.
The hospital has created a mitigation plan with outside experts.
In the letter of intent, both healthcare systems commit to strengthening services offered throughout Southern Colorado.
These grants will help 208 rural healthcare organizations expand facilities and critical services for nearly 5 million people in 43 states and Guam.
The gift supports the organization’s efforts to accelerate the pace and breadth of medical breakthroughs in cancer and infectious disease.
The demand of patient care does not support the investment required to operate and maintain the hospital.
The total number of occupied senior housing units is 2,400 units shy of its pre-pandemic all-time high level.
The AMC emergency department will close on Oct. 14.
Researchers concerned that findings could indicate more mental health disorders and cardiovascular diseases in healthcare staff.
Rural hospitals are at higher risk of closure.