Clinical CareFlu Shots Still Required but TJC Eliminates 90% Goal
Be aware that while the goal has been deleted, the rest of the standard remains in effect.
Covid-19Why State Mask Stockpiling Orders Are Hurting Nursing Homes, Small Providers
Larger hospitals and other providers are stockpiling what they can even while others struggle.
Covid-19Scientists Warn Americans Are Expecting Too Much From a Vaccine
Ongoing clinical trials are primarily designed to show whether COVID-19 vaccines prevent any symptoms of the disease ? which could...
Covid-19Older COVID Patients Battle 'Brain Fog,' Weakness and Emotional Turmoil
Sudden cognitive dysfunction is a common concern for seniors who've survived a serious bout of COVID-19.
Covid-19Can Ordinary COVID Patients Get the Trump Treatment? It's OK to Ask
Hundreds of thousands of Americans ? including the president ? have taken a chance on experimental therapies to treat or...
Covid-19Hospital Admissions Bounce Back, But Still Below Pre-Pandemic Levels
A KFF analysis finds that admissions cratered in March and April but were at 95% of predicted admissions by mid-summer.
Covid-19Black Doctors Work to Make Coronavirus Testing More Equitable
African Americans make up 44% of Philadelphians but 55% of those hospitalized for COVID-19.
Covid-191-in-5 Younger Patients Hospitalized for COVID-19 Require Intensive Care
More than half (57%) people age 18-34 who were hospitalized for COVID-19 were Black or Hispanic.
StrategyWith Senate Control at Stake, Trump and COVID Haunt Ernst's Fight to Keep Her Seat
Trump and COVID-19 loom large in this race and they are putting Ernst in a precarious position.
Covid-19COVID Stalks Montana Town Already Saddled With Asbestos Disease
Lincoln County largely was spared from outbreaks of the novel coronavirus at the beginning. But by the fall, cases began...
Covid-19Opinion: 'Don't Be Afraid of COVID'? Not Buying It, Unless Businesses Do Job Right
It is not that hard to make many businesses relatively COVID-friendly and safe, though it requires making that a priority,...
Covid-19Easier-to-Use Coronavirus Saliva Tests Start to Catch On
But the transition has not been immediate. Regulators and scientists are generally cautious about new, unproven technologies.