A new report from Physicians Advocacy Institute and Avalere Health revealed stark increases in hospital- and corporate-owned physician practices. Advisory Board's Eliza Dailey dives into the most striking physician employment and practice trends—and what it all may mean for the industry moving forward.
Nearly 60% of Americans—including around 75% of children—have been infected with the coronavirus, according to a new CDC report, news that comes as Anthony Fauci said on Tuesday the United States is now "out of the pandemic phase."
As long Covid becomes the 'pandemic after the pandemic,' many people wonder whether being vaccinated reduces the risk of long-term symptoms. A growing body of evidence suggests that vaccines may help, but the results aren't entirely clear, Pam Belluck writes for the New York Times.
More than 300 nursing homes have closed during the pandemic, according to a new report from the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living—and an additional 400+ are expected to close this year unless they receive more financial support. Advisory Board's Blake Zissman and Lauren Rewers weigh in on why this does not support a move towards home health care.
Many struggling brick-and-mortar retailers were forced out of business during the Covid-19 pandemic, giving health systems the unique opportunity to reuse vacant retail spaces to expand, while reducing their dependency on "inflexible infrastructure." Here's how four health systems have embraced "medical malls."