Now that your favorite coffee shops and summertime pools are opening back up, it’s time to pick up a new book and dive in. We gathered a list of nine recommendations from Advisory Board’s experts on what you can read this summer. Whether you are looking to expand upon your political history knowledge, learn how to make better decisions, or want to enter the world of Greek mythology and fantasy novels, we know there will be something for you in this list.
Some prominent public health experts, including former Surgeon General Jerome Adams, are calling on CDC to issue stricter masking guidelines as the delta variant spreads in the United States—and top agency officials are reportedly discussing such a move.
A new JAMA study finds Americans owed nearly $140 billion in medical debt to collection agencies in 2020—far higher than previous estimates. Here are key ways that financial navigators can help improve your patients' financial experience, according to Advisory Board's Deirdre Saulet.
Even as polls have revealed that Republicans are generally more hesitant than Democrats to seek out Covid-19 vaccines, some prominent Republicans—including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell—and conservative TV hosts have in recent days encouraged people to get vaccinated.
The American Nurses Association joins several other provider groups calling on health care professionals to get vaccinated; the vaccination gap between high- and low-income countries has widened; and more in this week's roundup of Covid-19 news.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced incentives, including 900 prizes worth $10,000 each, to boost vaccination rates, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Kansas, Missouri, and New York.