Millions of Americans are quitting their jobs in a "Great Resignation," Abby Vesoulis reports for TIME—and it may be a sign that employers need to make changes to better attract and retain workers. The key to retention may lie within candid conversations with staff, sometimes referred to as ‘stay interviews’. Advisory Board’s Kate Vonderhaar Johnson addresses common concerns and how to overcome them.
Several studies suggest many immunocompromised people are not adequately protected after being vaccinated against Covid-19—but monoclonal antibody treatments may be an effective alternative to help immunocompromised people build immunity.
Some TV shows this fall are addressing Covid-19 vaccines, both directly and indirectly—but others, including some medical dramas, have elected to set their shows in a post-pandemic world, Ellen Gamerman reports for the Wall Street Journal.
An FDA advisory committee on Friday voted 19-0 to recommend booster doses of Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine for all recipients ages 18 and older—and some public health experts, including Anthony Fauci, suggested that guidance for "mixing and matching" vaccines could soon follow.
As acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock nears the end of her term, the White House is considering former FDA commissioner Robert Califf to lead the agency as its first permanent chief since President Joe Biden took office.
Colin Powell, former Secretary of State and military leader, passed away from complications of Covid-19, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and Maine.