"When will life get back to 'normal'?" As Advisory Board's Brandi Greenberg writes, there's still no clear answer to that question, but three distinct scenarios are becoming clearer. Here are the odds she assigns to "good," "bad," and "ugly" possibilities—and how health care stakeholders can prepare for each one.
CDC on Friday issued an order that will require people in the United States to wear face masks in a range of public transportation settings, although with some exceptions. Here's what you need to know.
A cancer drug from Amgen aimed at blocking the KRAS G12C mutation reduced tumors in 37% of patients with advanced lung cancer and delayed tumor progression by about seven months, new data shows—findings that experts say represent a significant breakthrough for oncology care. Advisory Board's Deirdre Saulet outlines the four immediate takeaways for cancer administrators and providers.
Health care workers in Cave Junction, Oregon, were returning from a Covid-19 vaccination site when they got stuck on a shut-down highway in the snow—and because their extra vaccine doses were in danger of expiring, they walked from car to car, offering vaccines to other people stuck in traffic, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Indiana, and Oregon.