Hawaii Health Care Employers Call for Reduced Use of Travel Nurses, Hire More “Clinical Educators,” and Undertake High School Staffing Efforts to Respond to Persistent Workforce Shortages – State of the Fix

Healthcare workforce professionals in Hawaii discussed initiatives designed to attract much-needed workers to the field during the… State of Repair Hawaii 2023 Health Policy Conference. Get the latest state-specific policy intelligence for the healthcare sector delivered to your inbox. Jana Hoscheid, director of healthcare workforce development for the Hawaii Health Care Association (HAH), noted Healthcare … Read more

SpyCloud Compass identifies infected devices that access critical workforce applications

SpyCloud has launched Compass, a transformative solution to help organizations detect and respond to the initial precursors to ransomware attacks. Compass provides conclusive proof that data stolen through malware infections is in the hands of cybercriminals and provides a comprehensive incident response approach to malware-infected devices, known as post-infection remediation. Application credentials and cookies stolen … Read more

Mother Cabrini Scholarships go to Buffalo-area mental health and workforce groups and dental care initiatives

It’s that time of year again: New York City-based Mother Cabrini Health—the largest organization focused exclusively on health care in New York—announces year-end grants to nonprofits across New York. In Western New York, 41 Buffalo-area programs are sharing nearly $14.3 million to meet a range of urgent community and health-related needs. This is up 35% … Read more

Analysis Finds Medicaid Expansion Boon for Public Health, Workforce and Hospitals – New Hampshire Bulletin

Lawmakers must decide this year whether to continue spending millions each year to provide additional health coverage for the 50,000 to 90,000 low-income people through the expanded Medicaid program. The New Hampshire Institute for Fiscal Policy, long looked to by lawmakers for nonpartisan financial analysis, released a report this week with several arguments for doing … Read more

A stock market legend issues “ferocious, ferocious growling bear” warnings about the American workforce

Stockmarket Cycles publisher and editor Peter Eliades explains how “very low” unemployment numbers are usually bearish for the markets. The last time stock market legend Peter Eliades spoke to FOX Business host Neil Cavuto, it was during the “delicate bottom” of the 2022 market, before a two-month rally. While Stockmarket Cycles publisher and editor was … Read more

Informatica has cut its workforce by 7 percent, or about 450 employees

Applications and OS news Rick Whiting January 12, 2023, 03:17 PM EST The big data management technology company also makes a change in its financial position, but reaffirms its financial guidance for its upcoming Q4 report. Informatica is cutting staff by about 450 employees or about 7 percent of its workforce, according to a filing … Read more

Utah legislator sponsors bills to support health care access for people with disabilities and the workforce in next session – State of the Fix

Utah Rep. Norm Thurston recently shared his view of the upcoming legislative session with the state of reform, saying his top health policy priorities are funding adequate services for people with disabilities and ensuring an adequate supply of mental and physical health professionals across the spectrum of care. Thurston is bullish about progress on health … Read more