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The CDC has shortened COVID-19 isolation and quarantine time for all Americans, following changes for healthcare workers made late last week. The agency announced Monday that individuals with ...
Kristina Fiore, Director of Enterprise & Investigative Reporting, MedPage, December 28, 2021
Some major hospitals systems are lifting requirements for staff to get vaccinated against COVID-19, following a federal judge's decision last month to block a federal vaccine mandate for U.S. health workers.
By Kelli Nguyen, Editor at LinkedIn News, December 14, 2021
Travel nursing became a thing in the first year of the pandemic, as short-staffed hospitals sought help, but it’s only gotten bigger.
By Cate Chapman, Editor at LinkedIn News, December 6, 2021
Ready or not, office holiday parties are back this year. These are some of the risks that practice owners and leaders should manage to help ensure a stress-free holiday and a positive transition to the New Year.
by Ike Devji, JD, November 23, 2021
If you are doctor struggling with your work and social life, there is a way to find balance between the two. However, it's not as easy as reading this article. Just like any routine or habit, it takes practice, commitment, and consistency.
by Colin Zhu, DO, MJH Life Sciences™ and Physician's Practice, November 10, 2021
On MedPAC's agenda: Audio-only modifiers and relative payment rates. Should payments for telehealth services continue at the current level once the public health emergency (PHE) ends? A Medicare advisory committee took on that question during a meeting on the future of pandemic-related telehealth expansions.
by Shannon Firth, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today November 10, 2021
There has been no industry more affected by the last few years than health care. The pandemic has had a wide range of ripple effects from the explosion of biotech funding to the rise of telemedicine to sparking a new interest in science by the general public to the record-breaking creation of mRNA vaccines that hold promise in defeating a range of illnesses.
By Alexander Besant, Editor at LinkedIn News
Former nursing home, TB hospital, and psychiatric facilities round out the list
by MedPage Today Staff October 22, 2021
Millions Are Out Of A Job, But Businesses Struggle To Find Workers Some businesses are struggling to find workers even as millions are unemployed, as the pandemic has made this a recession like no...
Here we break down the data to show where mRNA vaccines (and spike proteins) travel in the body. There is no evidence that any mRNA or protein accumulates in any organ.