Writing for the New York Times, Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, explains how Covid-19 in the United States has changed throughout the pandemic, as well as the metrics that should be used to develop public health guidance going forward.
The Biden administration on Monday announced plans intending to improve the quality of nursing homes in the United States, claiming that nursing homes are currently failing to follow federal guidelines. But Advisory Board's Blake Zissman and Monica Westhead explain why certain aspects of the Biden administration's proposals may lack support in execution.
More than half of breast cancer patients are not well represented in conventional clinical trials, according to a study published in JCO Oncology Practice. Drawing upon years of research, Advisory Board's Solomon Banjo weighs in on why the health care ecosystem still lacks clinical trial diversity–and how to make meaningful progress.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on Friday published a report that found the U.S. organ transplant system is "demonstrably inequitable" and recommended several ways to increase fairness and equity, reduce donated organ waste, and improve the system's overall performance.
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Paradigm president Evelyn Carter details her three-part framework for promoting better accountability around diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies in the workplace. Advisory Board's Rachel Zuckerman dissects each step and offers three action items on how to actually incorporate them into an organization's efforts.
The House lifted its mask mandate in the Capitol complex ahead of President Joe Biden's State of the Union address, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, New Jersey, and New York.
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