Five of the most popular jobs among millennials, the largest generation in the workforce, are in healthcare, an analysis by jobseeker website LiveCareer found.
One-in-6 people in Northeast Florida already work in the health or life sciences industries, and United Health Group — which includes United Health insurance — is looking to add more.
•CVS Health on Wednesday launched MinuteClinic Video Visits, offering 24/7 access to virtual care services for minor illnesses, injuries and other wellness needs.
With investments in two new facilities – the PET Radiochemistry Facility and the Mangurian Building – Jacksonville's Mayo Clinic has dramatically increased its capacity and capabilities in treating cancer and neurological patients.
If the Jacksonville City Council gives the OK to Mayor Lenny Curry’s annual budget proposal, UF Health Jacksonville, which serves as a safety net for many uninsured and underinsured patients, could receive as much as $15 million in the coming fiscal year. Curry is also proposing for $120 million in local dollars to go fixing the hospital’s city-owned facilities over the next six years as a part of his capital improvement plan.
The past decade has seen technology revolutionize the healthcare industry and digital tools are making treatments more accessible for people across the world. This digital disruption is creating increased efficiencies for healthcare providers and introducing technologies such as telehealth, smart hospitals and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that have the potential to improve patient outcomes on a global scale. The future of healthcare is arguably dependent on digital health, but also a skilled workforce to implement and administer such technologies successfully.
LifeSouth Community Blood Centers officially opened its new donor center Thursday at 7840 Baymeadows Way to fill the need in the Northeast Florida hospitals it serves.
The Mayo Clinic has been expanding its Jacksonville campus since Gianrico Farrugia became CEO in 2015.