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COVID-19 is forcing rural hospitals to re-think their business models
Jul 09 | Jeff Lagasse
From consolidation to divestiture of assets, standalone hospitals will need a strategic plan to ...
Medicare's race, ethnic data often undercounts minority populations
Jul 08 | Jeff Lagasse
Hispanics, Asian Americans and Native Americans are the groups most consistently ...
Hospitals have received most of the loans from the Paycheck Protection Program
Jul 08 | Jeff Lagasse
Healthcare and social assistance has so far received $67.4 billion of the $521 billion ...
Medicaid expansion has led to earlier cancer detection among individuals with low incomes
Jul 07 | Jeff Lagasse
Expansion has played an important role in preventative services beyond ...
Texas hospitals abound in Lown top hospitals index
Jul 07 | Jeff Lagasse
It's the ranking and measuring of particular metrics that the Lown Institute uses to differentiate its ...
COVID-19 showing significant mental health impact, national survey shows
Jul 06 | Jeff Lagasse
There has been a broad range of specific emotional effects related to the pandemic, and ...
Primary care doctors say they're not ready for the next COVID-19 surge
Jul 06 | Jeff Lagasse
Primary care practices are feeling the pressure on multiple fronts, from a lack of PPE to ...
Healthcare mergers and acquisitions are down, but not as much as anticipated
Jul 02 | Jeff Lagasse
There was only a slight year-over-year dip in transactions recorded during the second ...
Telehealth is an important tool for rural hospitals in treating COVID-19, research shows
Jul 02 | Jeff Lagasse
Despite the benefits, barriers remain in place, preventing the widespread, ...
National stockpiling standards are needed to address product shortages, Premier says
Jul 01 | Jeff Lagasse
A national strategy is needed to avoid redirecting supplies away from front-line ...

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