As doses of the updated Covid-19 booster shots become available, health experts are encouraging eligible individuals to get boosted ahead of potential surges this fall and winter—but many have differing opinions on when people should get the reformulated dose.
Telehealth assessments can be just as accurate as those made during in-person visits, with virtual and in-person diagnoses matching almost 90% of the time, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic published in JAMA Network Open. See how diagnostic concordance varies by specialty and ICD-10 code chapters on our interactive chart.
Amid high demand for physicians, many organizations are adjusting their compensation structures, including moving toward value-based care or offering new incentives, to better attract and retain new workers, Ginger Christ writes for Modern Healthcare.
When 29-year-old Michael Brenner was suddenly "unable to lift or extend his fingers" in his dominant hand, doctors across multiple specialties told him "they hadn't seen anything like it," Sandra Boodman writes for the Washington Post.
The Federal Trade Commission on Friday requested additional information about Amazon's $3.9 billion deal to purchase 1Life Healthcare, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Michigan, and New Jersey.
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