WalletHub on Monday released its 2021 ranking of the "Best & Worst States for Doctors," which ranks all 50 states and Washington, D.C. on factors such as average wage and quality of public hospital systems. See where your state ranked on our interactive map.
Two new reports published as correspondence in the New England Journal of Medicine are shedding light on the relatively rare patients who develop Covid-19 after being vaccinated. A CDC spokesperson said, "Based on what we know about vaccines for other diseases and early data from clinical trials, experts believe that getting a Covid-19 vaccine might … keep you from getting seriously ill, even if you do get Covid-19."
Covid-19 patients' risk of death may nearly double if they're admitted to an ICU that's operating at or near capacity, according to several recent studies—findings that reinforce health experts' warnings that fatality rates amid the pandemic can rise if hospitals become overwhelmed.
It's a demanding time to lead in health care—and that means that development support for leaders is critical. As you guide your organization's leaders through these tumultuous days, here are three questions to ask to put them on the path to success, according to Advisory Board's Craig Pirner.
The Senate on Tuesday voted 57-43 to confirm Vivek Murthy as surgeon general, a post Murthy previously held under former President Barack Obama, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, the District of Columbia, and Texas.
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