Writing for The San Diego Union-Tribune, Scripps Health CEO Chris Van Gorder details his health system's experience fending off a ransomware attack last month and calls for increased collaboration between the federal government and hospitals to prevent further cyberattacks.
Seven years after her sister died of brain cancer, a woman needed surgery for a mass in her own brain—but having witnessed her sister's painful decline, she took a very different approach to her care, the woman's neurosurgeon, Abdul-Kareem Ahmed, writes in the New York Times.
The delta coronavirus variant is significantly likelier to lead to hospitalization than even the dangerous alpha variant, according to two new studies—evidence that arrived as the United Kingdom announced plans to delay its reopening due to the delta variant's spread.
Although women make up a large portion of the health care industry overall, few women and women of color end up in senior leadership positions. In this episode of Radio Advisory, host Rachel Woods sits down with Erickajoy Daniels, SVP and chief diversity equity and inclusion officer at Advocate Aurora, to discuss how organizations can solve that problem through robust programs, deeply embedded strategies, and an organization-wide commitment to purpose.
U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes on Saturday dismissed a lawsuit by employees of Houston Methodist Hospital challenging the hospital's Covid-19 vaccination requirement, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Georgia, and Texas.
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