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An arm with an IV and a sensor
Jan 14 | Jeff Lagasse
HHS said greater understanding of the uses and potential benefits of these treatments is needed among…
OWS is opening up the next phase of vaccine distribution.
Jan 13 | Susan Morse
The next phase is being opened up for those age 65 and older and for those younger with comorbid conditions.
A telehealth consultation via laptop
Jan 11 | Jeff Lagasse
The program will be implemented in four state community locations, including in…
HHS extends public health emergency to April
Jan 11 | Jeff Lagasse
This action marks the fourth time HHS has extended the declaration that has paid parity for telehealth and continues…
Officials expected to have 20 million doses allocated by the end of 2020, yet so far less than 6 million people have received their first dose.
Jan 08 | Mallory Hackett
Officials expected to have 20 million doses allocated by the end of 2020, yet so far less than 6 million people have received…
A vaccine being administered
Jan 08 | Susan Morse
To get shots in arms faster, HHS has begun its partnership with 19 pharmacy chains.
A vaccine shot is prepared
Jan 06 | Jeff Lagasse
The company expects to complete administration of first doses in skilled nursing facilities by January 25.
The report found that 53% of hospitals in the bottom quartile of the area wage index for 2020 were in rural areas.
Jan 05 | Mallory Hackett
The report found that 53% of hospitals in the bottom quartile of the area wage index for 2020 were in rural…
A screen with readings next to an occupied hospital bed
Jan 04 | Jeff Lagasse
Carrimycin includes antiviral, anti-inflammatory and anti-fibrosis effects in addition to…
The state’s nursing homes have seen more than 10,000 COVID-19 cases and close to 2,000 deaths.
Dec 31, 2020 | Mallory Hackett
The state's nursing homes have seen more than 10,000 COVID-19 cases and close to 2,000 deaths.

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