President Joe Biden on Friday announced he would nominate Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court to replace retiring justice Stephen Breyer, marking the first time a Black woman has been nominated to the court. Here's what her potential confirmation could mean for health care.
Amid falling case rates and state-level decisions to lift mask mandates, CDC on Friday updated its masking guidance for the first time since July 2021, with new metrics and loosened recommendations for masks in indoor public spaces in most areas of the country.
American Medical Association President Gerald Harmon on Thursday detailed six "well-documented missteps" that led to a "profound loss of trust" in U.S. health care professionals—and offered five recommendations to fix the health care system.
CMS will replace the Global and Professional Direct Contracting Model with an equity-focused and provider-led Accountable Care Organization Model in 2023, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Maryland, and Michigan.