The National Football League's Tennessee Titans have shut down the team's facilities through Saturday, after three of the team's players and five members of the team's personnel tested positive for the new coronavirus, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Missouri, and Tennessee.
Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel on Wednesday told the Financial Times that the drugmaker's novel coronavirus vaccine candidate will not be widely available to the general public until spring 2021 at the earliest.
When faced with your peers' accomplishments, it can be easy to feel insecure about your own progress—but there are ways you can "harness the positive benefits of competition without suffering from the insecurity it may breed," Nihar Chhaya, an executive coach and president of PartnerExec, writes for Harvard Business Review.
Several insurers as of Oct. 1 will no longer cover virtual visits in full under certain circumstances—a rollback of benefits that's sparked concern among providers and patients who've relied on telehealth amid the ongoing coronavirus epidemic. But Advisory Board's John League and Natalie Trebes explain why providers don't need to panic—and the key considerations payers and providers should consider going forward.
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