According to a recent poll of health care providers, misinformation is the single most important factor influencing individuals' decision to not get vaccinated. Here are the most widely cited sources of Covid-19 misinformation—and what many health care experts are doing about it.
The Covid-19 pandemic exposed the many ways the U.S. health care system relies on outdated technologies like fax machines, decades-old mainframe computers, and snail mail. Here's how states are trying to use "once-in-a-generation pools of money" from pandemic relief efforts to finally upgrade their systems.
Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sat down with Advisory Board's Miriam Sznycer-Taub to talk about how Best Buy is moving its way into the health care world and what that might mean for the health care industry.
The Biden administration on Wednesday announced the relaunch of the Cancer Moonshot initiative, which was first launched in 2016, with the goal of cutting the cancer death rate in half over the next 25 years.
Hospitals saw improved volumes and margins in 2021 compared with 2020, according to a new report from Kaufman Hall—but performance is still lower than pre-pandemic levels due to rising labor costs and supply chain issues.
New York City announced a program to send a limited supply of Covid-19 antiviral pills directly to some residents' homes for free, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Connecticut, Georgia, and New York.
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