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A pilot program allowed people with cancer, AIDS and other illnesses to receive hospice care without ending treatments for their conditions.
A tracking tool on hospital websites sent private data, such as appointments and prescriptions, to Facebook, claims a report.
The court sided with the hospitals, which challenged a $1.6 billion Trump-era cut to 340B Medicare reimbursements.
Hospitals with high rates of COVID patients who didn’t have the diagnosis when they were admitted have rarely been held accountable.
In the U.S., liver transplants due to alcoholic hepatitis tripled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Other findings show a similar trend.
Pediatric hospitals are creating clinics to provide a one-stop shop for care and to catch any anomalies that could otherwise go unnoticed.
It can take a few weeks before declines in hospitalizations and deaths follow a drop in new COVID-19 cases.
The need for high concentrations of oxygen has stressed the infrastructure for delivering the gas to hospitals and their patients.
At least 2,900 health workers have died since the pandemic began. Many were minorities with the highest levels of patient contact.
“Mister Rogers-type nice isn’t working in many parts of the country...It’s time for some sharp, focused, terrifying realism.”
The impact of Kurt Papenfus’, MD, absence stretches across Colorado’s Eastern Plains.
Black patients are more likely to require hospitalization, while Asian patients are at greater risk of dying in the hospital.
There is concern that the influx of hospital patients could overwhelm local resources.
How much individuals earn in certain areas can affect whether they get access to a hospital bed for critical care for the coronavirus.
However, people with cirrhosis alone were as likely to die as those with both cirrhosis and COVID-19.
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