January 24, 2014
Human Capital Blog
Enrollment in RN programs increased for the 13th consecutive year, according to preliminary AACN data. But with a 2.6 percent enrollment increase over 2012, entry-level baccalaureate nursing programs saw their lowest growth rate in five years.
October 1, 2009
Physician groups and societies often have clear, well-known views on health refor, therefore, the views of physicians in general are not always understood. This article describes a national survey of physicians' views regarding health reform, showing a majority of physicians (62.9%) supported public and private plans.
January 1, 2011
The Veterans Health Administration (VA) is a test case for the effect of appointment wait times on the use of health services and health outcomes.
November 5, 2009
Three years after Massachusetts enacted its health insurance reform law, the state boasts the lowest rate of uninsurance nationwide. Yet, the model is still surrounded by public controversy, especially as the nation explores health reform.