Modern Healthcare on Saturday released its unranked list of the "Best Places to Work" in health care for 2022, recognizing 35 Advisory Board members who have empowered their employees to provide "the best possible care, products and services" to patients and customers.
As Covid-19 cases begin surging again—largely driven by reinfections, drugmakers are racing to develop next-generation vaccines, which, according to White House Covid-19 coordinator Ashish Jha, "are going to provide a much, much higher degree of protection against the virus that we will encounter in the fall and winter."
As Covid-19 restrictions continue to fall, many Americans appear to be operating under the assumption that "[t]he Covid-19 pandemic is over." Writing for the Washington Post, Ezekiel Emanuel, a professor of medical ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania, explains why the threat of long Covid should not be diminished.
Despite efforts to improve patient safety over the last decade, a quarter of Medicare patients continue to experience harm and complications during hospital stays, according to a new report from HHS' Office of Inspector General. Explore the most common patient harms on our interactive charts.
Throughout the pandemic, hospitals saw significant losses in their operating margins—but overall profit largely remained steady due to federal Covid-19 relief funds, according to a new study published in JAMA Health Forum.
Massachusetts recently launched a free telehealth program to assess Covid-19 patients' eligibility for Paxlovid, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Massachusetts, Nebraska, and Oregon.
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