This morning, Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York administered the first authorized doses of a coronavirus vaccine in America, after FDA on Friday issued an emergency use authorization for the vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech. Here's what distribution will look like over the next few weeks.
The United States' coronavirus epidemic is straining Americans' mental health, but providers say practicing "psychological first aid" can help people manage their emotions and well-being. In the Washington Post's "Wellness," Stacey Colino outlines eight simple ways you can practice psychological first aid.
Medscape last month released its annual APRN Compensation Report, which highlights trends in APRN compensation in 2019 and offers insights into how ARPNs have been affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic. See the trends with our interactive charts.
Deputy HHS secretary Eric Hargan says the proposed changes to HIPAA include "needed, uncontroversial, bipartisan reforms" that will incorporate lessons the health care industry learned from responding to America's opioid and novel coronavirus crises, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Kentucky, and Texas.
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