What does trust mean in health care today—and how does our language surrounding trust impact patients, communities, and organizations? Advisory Board's Rachel Zuckerman and Andrew Mohama dissect a new report from Edelman showcasing how trust is a key determinant of health for both individual and public health care decisions. They offer key guidance on how to both diagnose your role in mistrust and build trust moving forward.
As European countries continue to drop pandemic restrictions, many are now seeing increases in new Covid-19 cases, sparking concerns about whether a new wave may be coming—and whether the United States could see a similar trend in the coming weeks.
Pfizer and BioNTech have submitted an application for FDA authorization of a second Covid-19 booster shot for seniors—a move that comes days after Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and Moderna president Stephen Hoge offered different views on whether a second booster shot will be necessary for most Americans.
HHS will provide $35 million in funding to support mental health programs for children and young adults, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and New York.
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