The health care industry added an estimated 69,600 jobs in July, up from 56,700 jobs added in June, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' latest jobs report. See the latest hiring trends on our interactive charts.
As the monkeypox outbreak grows in the United States, many patients are struggling to access TPOXX, the only known treatment—and some experts argue federal health officials should loosen restrictions on the treatment to make it more widely available, Apoorva Mandavilli writes for the New York Times.
In the last six months, higher health care costs drove 38% of U.S. adults—an estimated 98 million Americans—to delay or forgo health care treatments, cut back on routine expenses, or borrow money to cover their medical expenses, according to a new poll conducted by West Health and Gallup. See how high costs have influenced Americans' medical decisions on our interactive charts.
Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sat down with Advisory Board's Miles Cottier to discuss the state of climate change and why health care leaders shouldn't wait for government action to start making progress.
CMS issued a request for public comments on Medicare Advantage to help achieve the agency's "collective vision of equity, access, quality and affordability," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Maryland, and New York.
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