Medscape recently released its annual RN/LRN Compensation report, and this year's report touched on how Covid-19 has affected nurse employment. Find out how nurse pay varies by gender, practice setting, geography, and more on our interactive charts.
President-elect Joe Biden's transition team on Monday unveiled members of Biden's Covid-19 task force and two new health care advisers, as Biden himself urged Americans to wear masks and discussed the potential impact of soon having an authorized vaccine against the novel coronavirus.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday is hearing oral arguments in a lawsuit seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional. Here's what you need to know about the lawsuit, the main questions facing the Supreme Court, and the lawsuit's potential outcomes.
While many Covid-19 patients have reported losing their senses of smell and taste, some patients are experiencing something a little different: The disease has changed—rather than eliminated—their senses of smell and taste, with at least one patient reporting that it's made wine taste like gasoline, the Washington Post's Allyson Chiu reports.
FDA on Monday issued an emergency use authorization that allows providers to use Eli Lilly's experimental antibody therapy, bamlanivimab, to treat patients ages 12 and older with mild-to-moderate cases of Covid-19 who haven't been hospitalized, but who are at high risk for hospitalization.
CVS Health says Larry Merlo, the company's current president and CEO, will retire in the spring, and an Aetna executive will take his place, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maryland, Rhode Island, and Washington, D.C.
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