In response to President Biden's State of the Union Address on Tuesday, Advisory Board's Rachel Woods offers expert insight on the administration's upcoming health care priorities. She details her candid thoughts, what you may have missed, and the three biggest takeaways—highlighting what this all means for the future of health care.
Hospitals across the country were overwhelmed with patients during the omicron surge, but federal data suggests otherwise—highlighting a potential oversight in the way hospital capacity data is collected, Jeremy Faust writes for Inside Medicine.
Compared with those who received mRNA Covid-19 vaccines, recipients of Johnson & Johnson's vaccine have received less guidance from public health officials, particularly when it comes to booster doses—which has led some to consider a third shot on their own, Bernard Wolfson writes for Kaiser Health News.
One of the most commonly-asked questions of health care experts is—which country has the best health care system? Radio Advisory's Christopher Kerns sat down with Advisory Board's Vidal Seegobin to try and answer that question by looking at how different countries around the world have handled the Covid-19 pandemic and what that says about the quality of their health care system.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and FBI encouraged U.S. organizations to take steps to protect themselves from two malware threats, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Virginia, Maryland, and Michigan.
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