Monigle, in partnership with the American Hospital Association and the Society for Health Care Strategy and Market Development, on Tuesday released a report listing the top U.S. health systems by brand experience, with 19 Advisory Board members making the top 20.
Amid an international string of cases, a Massachusetts man has been infected with the first case of monkeypox in the United States this year. And while the virus isn't likely to cause a pandemic like Covid-19, experts say the outbreak is still concerning.
Although the federal government has so far provided Covid-19 vaccines and therapeutics to people free of charge, this will likely change in the future—and the transition to commercial purchasing could raise the cost of vaccines, as well as impact vaccine equity, Rachel Cohrs reports for STAT News.
Amid the Great Resignation, many employees are struggling to find ways to manage their increased workloads. Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Margaret Luciano offers three suggestions for managers with understaffed teams.
A report released Tuesday by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine highlighted a persistent lack of diversity among clinical trial participants, underscoring an "urgent" need to "include trials and studies that match the demographics of the disease burden under study," Usha Lee McFarling reports for STAT News.
An HHS spokesperson announced that "the public health emergency for COVID-19 remains in effect," while echoing the agency's pledge to provide a 60-day notice before ending the declaration, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and Pennsylvania.
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