The law enforcement officers involved in the nurse's arrest have 20 days to respond, at which point Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown will determine any repercussions, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Georgia, New Mexico, and Texas.
A bill introduced by Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Bill Cassidy (La.), Dean Heller (Nev.), and Ron Johnson (Wis.) attempts to equalize federal health care spending between states that expanded Medicaid and states that did not.
Orthopedic surgeons should not professionally involve themselves with football at any level of the sport, given research that the sport is associated with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), argues an editorial in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research.
Why is early-tenure millennial turnover so high, and what can health systems do to reverse the trend? The Daily Briefing's Rachel Schulze sat down with Marisa Deline, a practice manager in Advisory Board's Nursing Executive Center, to find out.
The United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) on Tuesday released draft guidance on cervical cancer screenings, proposing for the first time that women ages 30 to 65 receive either a Pap smear or a human papillomavirus test rather than both.
Scientists are urging caution in interpreting an observational study—funded by CDC and published in the journal Vaccine—that found women who had a miscarriage were more likely to have received a certain version of the flu vaccine two years in a row, saying the findings do not warrant a change in the recommendation that pregnant women get a flu shot.