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Deciding the Future of Healthcare

Hello and welcome to the 66th edition of the Acclivity Health Report!

We hope that our readers have had a successful summer so far! As usual, there is a lot to talk about in the world of healthcare...between the Senate's new healthcare bill currently being considered (The Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017), the record breaking high heat outside, and the beginning of fiscal Q3 (for most), we all have plenty on our minds! We hope that we can help you stay on top of all the latest updates by providing timely and topical healthcare headlines, delivered to your inbox. ...

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Ted French
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Healthcare News
  • Key GOP senator: Revised Senate healthcare bill expected soon: Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), who has played a central role in negotiating the Senate healthcare reform bill, says a new version of the legislation is expected to be unveiled soon

  • Americans don't want Senate's health care plan, but it's unclear what they do want: Americans really, really don't like the Senate bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Only 17 percent of U.S. adults approve of the health care bill, according to a recent NPR/Marist/PBS NewsHour poll.

  • How video games affect the brain : Video gaming is clearly a popular form of entertainment, with video gamers collectively spending 3 billion hours per week in front of their screens. Due to their widespread use, scientists have researched how video games affect the brain and behavior. :

  • Lower paid NHS staff leaving to 'stack shelves in supermarkets', warns report: Workforce planning in the NHS is breaking down with fewer suitably trained staff available and increasing numbers of employees leaving the service due to ongoing pay restraint and stressful working conditions, NHS trusts have warned.

  • Hospitals that spend more initially yield better outcomes: Hospitals that spend more on initial care following patient emergencies have better outcomes than hospitals that spend less at first and rely more on additional forms of long-term care, according to a new study.

  • Physicians: Can social media make or break your career? : For doctors in the digital age, your social media fingerprint has the power to either advance or damage your career. Research has shown that many physicians using social media report minimal formal training in professional conduct online, as well as a lack of awareness regarding which guidelines to follow.
  • Solving the problem of sleep in hospitals: A noisy hospital -- not to mention interruptions by doctors and nurses and light exposure -- can make it difficult to rest when people need it most, according to researchers.

Hot Jobs

Acclivity Healthcare has found jobs for over 17,000 people, and we can help you find your dream job too! Check out the hot jobs below. All of our open positions can be viewed here.

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Ask the Experts
  • Crafting a strong interview follow-up message: Congratulations! You aced the initial interview. However, careful companies will be watching your follow up as well, because there are likely others who have aced their initial interviews as well. The strength of your follow up may determine your future with the company. Here are your best practices when crafting a strong message after the interview. ...
  • How to hire the right coach for your business: Your organization likely invests significant resources in training your staff members. But learning something new does not mean the person has mastered it, and that is where coaching comes in...
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