Throughout the pandemic, surges in Covid-19 hospitalizations combined with staffing shortages led many hospitals to turn to travel nurses—and as demand surged, so did the cost of travel nurse contracts. But now, as hospitalizations stabilize, many travel nurses are experiencing abrupt pay cuts or contract cancellations.
A new study published Monday in JAMA Neurology identified eight risk factors that were linked to 36.9% of Alzheimer's cases and related dementia in the United States—findings that signal a change in the most significant Alzheimer's and dementia risk factors over the past decade.
During the pandemic, many health systems began seeking out real estate or renovating old facilities to create new innovation hubs, Jessica Kim Cohen reports for Modern Healthcare. See how four health systems are using their innovation hubs to help improve patient outcomes, reduce costs, and more.
A new analysis from Kaiser Family Foundation found that millions of Americans who qualified for Medicaid during the pandemic could lose coverage when federal subsidies end, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California and Ohio.
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