Kaiser Health News
The company tested two kinds of technologies used in schools to combat germs and found that neither was effective enough to install on its commercial planes.
The Biden administration is encouraging Oregon and other states to hold on to hundreds of thousands of soon-to-expire COVID vaccine doses from Johnson & Johnson.
State lawmakers are debating a bill to eliminate out-of-pocket expenses like copays and payments toward deductibles for abortions and related services, such as counseling.
Health industry leaders are pushing Congress and the Biden administration to preserve the pandemic-fueled expansion of telehealth that has transformed how millions of Americans see the doctor.
“Our focus is going to be on making sure regulations and policies are going to be focused on improving coverage,” said Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, who was sworn in on May 27.
Six states have passed laws to start drug imports from Canada, and Florida, Colorado and New Mexico are the furthest along in plans to get federal approval.
A significant percentage of patients with lingering symptoms after testing negative for the virus are suffering from syndromes that few doctors understand or treat.
Hospital-level care at home is poised to grow after more than a decade, boosted both by hospitals eager to ease overcrowding and growing interest by insurers who want to slow health care spending.
The scientist at the center of the storm can't disprove that the virus resulted from a lab leak in China -- though he doesn't believe it.