Topics

Acute Care

Feb 24 | Susan Morse
New analysis shows total hospital revenue in 2021 could be down between $53 billion and $122 billion from pre-pandemic…
Race and socioeconomic status have a profound impact on whether people contract the virus.
Feb 24 | Jeff Lagasse
Race and socioeconomic status have a profound impact on whether people contract the virus.
A vaccine being administered
Feb 24 | Jeff Lagasse
The vaccine, which is 66% effective overall in preventing illness, will be distributed in smaller numbers than previously…
A vaccine being administered
Feb 23 | Jeff Lagasse
The company also announced an affordable housing initiative from a $114 million investment in 2020.
A report calls for establishing universal coverage for all Americans' long-term care needs through Medicare.
Feb 19 | Jeff Lagasse
A report calls for establishing universal coverage for all Americans' long-term care needs…
Person in hospital bed with monitor
Feb 19 | Jeff Lagasse
Flu data from 2018, the closest analog, shows costs for patients could add up to hundreds or even…
Feb 15 | Jeff Lagasse
The technology can locate drugs that activate certain genes common to those who suffer the worst coronavirus symptoms.
A person comforts a seated person
Feb 12 | Jeff Lagasse
Utilization among whites decreased more than among Black or Hispanic populations, but the largest…
COVID-19 has exacerbated issues contributing to physician burnout, but the stress of treating coronavirus patients has not substantially increased.
Jan 25 | Jeff Lagasse
COVID-19 has exacerbated issues contributing to physician burnout, but the stress of treating coronavirus patients has not…
Peson in hospital bed holds head
Jan 22 | Jeff Lagasse
Understanding the reasons that patients forgo care is an important component in designing policy and clinical…

Pages