The Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in a case challenging a rule allowing more employers to opt out of the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive coverage requirements—and for the first time ever, the Court broadcasted the arguments live to the public, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Illinois, and New York.
In a series of tweets on Wednesday, President Trump appeared to walk back a plan announced Tuesday to soon disband the White House's coronavirus task force, writing that the task force "will continue on indefinitely."
Covid-19 could cost hospitals $200 billion dollars between March and June, according to an American Hospital Association report published Tuesday. But Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns cautions that Covid-19 doesn't spell financial disaster for all hospitals and health systems.
Researchers around the globe are working to identify effective Covid-19 treatments. But Advisory Board's Colleen Keenan and Ari Prescott write that there may be an existing streamlined option to help providers make more targeted treatment decisions for their Covid-19 patients: pharmacogenomics.
It's common for people to zone out during virtual meetings—but there are strategies to get yourself back on track, Sarah Gershman, president of Green Room Speakers, writes for the Harvard Business Review. And for meeting leaders, Advisory Board's Taylor Hurst and Virginia Hite outline strategies to set your virtual meeting up for success from the start.
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