CDC data shows that fewer Americans are getting their flu vaccines this year, and recent polling suggests whether a person gets their flu shot may depend on their political party affiliation—a trend that did not exist in previous years.
A federal appeals court has upheld its decision to block the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for large U.S. employers—a move Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said would be "a setback for public health." Here's what you need to know about the mandate's current legal status.
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, experts Ashley Whillans, Dave Feldman, and Damian Wisniewski explore six "common psychological pitfalls that lead us to hold and attend more meetings than we should"—as well as "research-backed strategies to help employees, managers, and entire organizations overcome them."
Pfizer on Tuesday announced it reached a deal with the Medicines Patent Pool, a nonprofit backed by the United Nations, to allow its Covid-19 antiviral pill to be made inexpensively in 95 low-income countries.
CMS on Friday announced that monthly Medicare Part B premiums and deductibles will rise substantially in 2022. Here are five reasons behind the planned increase—including Advisory Board’s expert insights on the potential budgetary impact of one very expensive drug.
Cleveland Clinic has announced that all its U.S. employees and service providers must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by Jan. 4, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Georgia, and Ohio.
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