The landmark Affordable Care Act, which has expanded health care coverage to tens of millions of Americans, has withstood a third challenge before the US Supreme Court.
New York state has reached a milestone of having at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose in 70 percent of its residents and joined California in lifting many pandemic restrictions on Tuesday.
Among health care system employees, there are considerable disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates by race/ethnicity and occupation.
The stressors of integrating work and life are higher among female than male faculty and were more noticeable since the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, reopening does not mean the pandemic is over, and some public health measures will still be in place for ‘mega events’
A lawsuit brought by a group of Houston Methodist employees over the hospital’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy was dismissed by a federal judge.
The American Medical Association is facing backlash from some of its members over a plan to fight racism and bias in medicine.
Under intense pressure, UnitedHealthcare says it will wait until the COVID-19 pandemic is over before implementing a new policy to stop paying for emergency department visits that it considers nonurgent.
Nearly 200 employees of the Houston Methodist hospital system in Texas have been suspended without pay for refusing to get COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates increased recently for adolescents, and a considerable proportion of those hospitalized were admitted to the intensive care unit.