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A recent CDC study found that around 140 million Americans have been infected by the coronavirus, almost double the number regularly reported in national Covid-19 case counts. And while some experts say this increase in population immunity could help stem future surges, others remain cautious about potential new variants, as well as waning immunity in the future.
The Biden administration on Wednesday released an updated National Covid-19 Preparedness Plan that focuses on four key areas—protecting against and treating Covid-19, preparing for new variants, preventing economic and educational shutdowns, and vaccinating the world.
As millions of health care workers leave their jobs amid the "Great Resignation," staffing is now a top concern for many hospitals and health systems. Here's how nine health systems are promoting new benefits to better attract and retain workers.
The U.S. health care industry annually spends nearly $1 billion on turnover among primary care physicians, according to a new study by the American Medical Association—but experts say that figure could be even higher post-pandemic amid the "Great Resignation." Advisory Board's Eliza Dailey unveils what physician turnover data has been showing for the past five years, and what is so different about the challenge today.
According to a new study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine, one in seven women diagnosed with breast cancer are "overdiagnosed"—a finding that experts say sheds light on previously disputed overdiagnosis information.