Barbara Mannino Archive
Published July 10, 2012
The stubbornly-high unemployment rate and bleak hiring outlook has led many job seekers to opt for a more independent way of working: gigging.
Published June 27, 2012
As the health-care industry works to deliver more value to consumers, there’s a push to digitalize in doctors’ offices and health organizations nationwide.
Published June 14, 2012
Sustained healthy behaviors among employees can boost a company’s bottom line--a more companies are catching on.
Published June 12, 2012
Women have worked long and hard to break through the glass ceiling, but progress has been slow, and men play an important role to help eliminate old mores.
Published June 08, 2012
As companies continue to look for ways to reduce their health-care costs, they are pulling back on their retiree medical plan offerings and expecting former employees to contribute more to their coverage.
Published May 01, 2012
Closing a business deal is like a game of poker. You’re forced to make moves based on incomplete information on what cards the other players are holding-and this fear of the unknown creates anxiety, particularly for women.
Published April 13, 2012
Technological innovations and compelling science have accelerated the understanding of human genetics, and experts expect more personalized medicine.
Published March 30, 2012
The price of drugs commonly used by seniors have soared in the last decade, forcing older patients on a fixed income to make some hard decisions.
Published March 15, 2012
Hospitals around the nation became perilously close to running out of a form of the old standby cancer drug methotrexate last month. Drug shortages are nothing new in the health world, and while the FDA acted swiftly to solve this shortage, a long-term solution must be created.
Published March 09, 2012
Health-care costs may have stabilized for employers and employees over the last year, but that doesn’t eclipse the fact that costs have shot up 40% for employees over the last five years, a new report shows.