7 ways to avoid (or recover from) 'Zoom fatigue'

Many people are using videoconferencing tools like Zoom to conduct business meetings and to connect with friends and family amid the new coronavirus epidemic, but as the virtual meetings fill calendars, some people are beginning to experience "Zoom fatigue." Here are some tips to prevent the mental and physical strain.

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What should you expect from AI in health care in 2020? Here are 4 themes to watch.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is getting a lot of buzz in health care. The Health Care IT Advisor research team has spoke with health system executives, clinicians, data analysts, and others to highlight four important themes for any leader looking to explore AI.

More kids are going unvaccinated due to lockdowns. Here are the creative ways providers are tackling the problem.

Vaccination rates in the United States are dropping rapidly as Americans avoid health care facilities out of fear of being exposed to the new coronavirus—an issue that providers are concerned could lead to outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases.

Weekly review: 2 emerging solutions that could help reopen America

Whether America could face a second—or third—wave of Covid-19, how to know when you should resume elective surgeries, and more.

Hydroxychloroquine could cause severe heart problems in Covid-19 patients, FDA warns

FDA on Friday warned providers not to use the anti-malaria drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19 patients outside of a clinical trial or hospital setting because the drugs could cause patients to experience "serious heart rhythm problems."

Covid-19 roundup: FDA authorizes first at-home test for Covid-19

NIH releases its first guidance on potential coronavirus treatments, health care companies turn to 3D printing to address testing and PPE shortages, and more.

Around the nation: Medicare hospital trust fund reserves could run out before 2026

Senior officials said increased spending related to the new coronavirus epidemic could cause Medicare Part A trust fund reserves to run out before 2026, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maryland, Ohio, and Washington.