Covid-19COVID-19 Becoming Endemic Is a Matter of When, Not If
With the omicron surge and possible future variants, it's a matter of stabilizing the number of cases, says one medical...
StrategyHealthcare Stakeholders React to SCOTUS Vaccine Ruling
The court 'halted one of the most effective tools' in gaining control of the virus, the American Medical Association says.
Human ResourcesStaffing Strain Causes Hospitals to Temporarily Close Maternity, ICU Units
The holiday surge of COVID-19 cases has carried over into the new year, now forcing two hospitals to temporarily shutter...
Covid-19Colorado Hospitals in ‘Critical Condition’ as State Weathers Another Surge
Patients with other ailments are frustrated, and nurses and doctors are stressed and burned out, as unvaccinated covid-19 patients fill...
Covid-19Health Experts Worry CDC's Covid Vaccination Rates Appear Inflated
Accuracy issues raise red flags because the data is used to plan and direct resources in the nation's continuing response...
NursingCali AG Providers on Data Privacy, Anti-Implicit Bias Training
Stakeholders are urged to take proactive steps to protect patient data, provide perinatal staff with anti-implicit bias training.
Covid-19Claims That CDC's PCR Test Can't Tell Covid From Flu Are Wrong
We wanted to know whether there was any truth to the idea that the CDC was removing its test because...
Covid-19Montana Tribe Welcomes Back Tourists After Risky Shutdown Pays Off
Last year, the number of Glacier visitors plunged to 1.7 million after a record 3 million people visited in 2019....
Covid-19More Than 100 Missouri Schools Have Bought 'Often Unproven' Air-Cleaning Technology
In April, a COVID-19 commission task force for top medical journal The Lancet, composed of international health, education and air...
Revenue CycleExpiring Waivers Could Mean Big Bills for COVID-19 Patients
Without payer cost-sharing waivers, people with job-related or self-purchased insurance could face bills of about $3,800 for a COVID-19 hospitalization.
Covid-19Little-Known Illnesses Turning Up in Covid Long-Haulers
Through her own research, Dr. Elizabeth Dawson recognized she had typical symptoms of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS.