The lawsuit follows Gov. Brian Kemp's executive order prohibiting local governments in Georgia from establishing mask-wearing mandates, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arkansas, Georgia, and Oklahoma.
A top HHS official on Thursday announced that CDC will issue new guidance on who should be tested for the novel coronavirus, as record spikes in new cases of the virus in America have led to testing delays that are hampering the country's response.
Tough conversations are an important part of every manager's job, but it's normal to feel trepidation mounting as a "big talk" approaches. Advisory Board's Craig Pirner offers six strategies to make the conversation easy as possible—both for yourself and for the person you're speaking with.
With the United States' coronavirus epidemic resurging, Americans eager to reunite with their friends and families in a safe way are turning toward gathering outside. But some cities recently have linked coronavirus outbreaks to outdoor events, leaving some people to wonder: Are outdoor gatherings safe?
New CDC data shows America's number of fatal drug overdoses hit a record high last year, reversing progress made in 2018—and public health experts fear the situation will only get worse amid the country's coronavirus epidemic.