The ruling overturns a decision by the lower court that prevented the state from defunding the clinics, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Ohio.
Hospitals across the country are investing in CAR T-cell therapy, an innovative cancer treatment that utilizes a patient's own cells to fight their cancer—but many are finding it difficult to get reimbursed by insurers for the treatment, Ike Swetlitz reports for STAT News.
Deaths from alcohol, drugs, and suicide—so-called "deaths of despair"—in 2017 hit the highest rate since the collection of data on the deaths started two decades ago, according to an analysis from the Trust for America's Health and the Well Being Trust.
While many supervisors believe that giving frank feedback to their staff is the best—and only—way to drive excellent performance, research shows that "telling people how we think they should improve actually hinders learning," Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall write in Harvard Business Review.
For nurses, being able to recover after a hard day at work is 'a critical career skill,' Rose Kennedy writes for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Here's how three veteran nurses reset and rebound after a tough shift in time to go back to work the next day.
Apple is reportedly testing a new sleep-tracking feature for its Apple Watch, Mark Gurman reports for Bloomberg—a move that would better position Apple to compete with companies like FitBit that already sell wearables with sleep-tracking functions.
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