An artificial intelligence tool was able to accurately predict Alzheimer's disease almost eight years before a person was diagnosed, according to a study in EClinicalMedicine—and did so more accurately than other common screening methods, such as genetic testing or psychological tests.
A White House official said both Vice President Pence and second lady Karen Pence tested negative for the new coronavirus on Sunday, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arkansas, the District of Columbia, and Minnesota.
The Senate on Monday voted 52-48 to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, and Barrett was sworn into office late Monday night. Legal experts say Barrett's confirmation to the Court could affect pending cases on some major health care issues, including the Affordable Care Act. Here's what you need to know.
Many hospitals throughout the United States are nearing capacity amid surges in new Covid-19 patients, and some are warning that they soon may need to begin rationing care. In response, some state and local officials are imposing new restrictions intended to mitigate the novel coronavirus's spread.
If you're feeling stressed about the upcoming presidential election, you've got plenty of company on all sides of the political spectrum—but could all that anxiety put your health at risk? Here's what a new study in PNAS found, based on a review of hospitalizations around the 2016 election.
Intermountain Healthcare and Sanford Health on Monday announced they have signed a letter of intent to merge to form a $15 billion health system—and as Advisory Board's Ben Umansky writes, "[u]nlike in some other health care megamergers, the strategic promise here is obvious."
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