TIME last month released its first-ever "TIME 100 Most Influential Companies" list, which recognizes the companies and organizations "making an extraordinary impact around the world"—including several health care organizations.
FDA on Monday amended the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to allow the use of the vaccine in children ages 12 to 15. But polling suggests that many parents aren't yet ready to let their kids get vaccinated.
The Covid-19 epidemic forced the health care industry to work together in ways it never did before. But now, with the end of the epidemic now in sight, how can stakeholders in the industry maintain systemness going forward? Alisahah Cole, system VP of population health innovation and policy at CommonSpirit Health, sat down with Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods to talk about how the health system is using systemness to drive its population health efforts.
Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, who was the first U.S. government official to warn about the potential danger of the new coronavirus last year, resigned effective May 14, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Georgia, Missouri, and Texas.
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