Judge Christopher Coury on Friday ruled that the number of cases of and deaths from Covid-19 in nursing homes, long-term facilities, and retirement homes, aren't required to be made public, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, District of Columbia, and Oklahoma.
Gilead Sciences develops an easy-to-use version of remdesivir after the drug shows more promise in treating Covid-19, more insurers eliminate cost-sharing for members in light of Covid-19 epidemic, and more.
The latest data shows the overall number of Americans who are hospitalized with Covid-19 is declining, but certain states are seeing increases—and public health experts say America could soon see another spike in new Covid-19 cases.
Even though health care facilities are opening their doors, many patients are still wary of seeking in-person care because they're afraid of putting themselves or their families at risk. Advisory Board's Virginia Hite and Taylor Hurst share four ways health systems are using social media to regain patient trust.
More Americans today are using online video conferencing platforms such as Zoom to host work meetings or chat with friends and family. But the constant use has spurred complaints of so-called "Zoom fatigue," and researchers say the condition's causes go beyond just having too many virtual meetings on our schedules, Betsy Morris writes for the Wall Street Journal.
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