The pandemic has had a significant impact on nurses, particularly as large numbers of younger workers leave the profession, according to recent analyses published in Health Affairs. Advisory Board's Lauren Rewers weighs in on how to sustain the nursing workforce in the long term—highlighting five key takeaways for health care leaders.
With many mask mandates coming to an end, "one-way maskers"—those who wear a mask when most people around them don't—are becoming more common. And while experts say one-way masking can help, particularly as Americans wait for a possible appeal to the recently struck down mask mandate, the benefits are limited.
CMS on Monday issued a proposed rule announcing the annual payment updates to the inpatient and long-term care hospital prospective payment systems for fiscal year 2023, as well as other health equity and maternal health initiatives.
FDA is investigating reports from over 100 consumers who reported experiencing nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea after eating Lucky Charms cereal, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington.
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