Beginning September 25, every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four more free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home.
On Tuesday, September 12, the CDC recommended that everyone 6 months and older receive either of the following updated COVID-19 vaccinations:
COVID-19 trends are on the rise in North Carolina.
Staying up to date with vaccines, and timely access to treatment are the best ways to reduce hospitalization and death due to the illness.
With the end of the COVID public health emergency's freeze on Medicaid renewals, restarting the verification of Medicaid participant enrollment has brought many challenges.
What are the risks for healthcare professionals speaking out on public health advocacy issues on social media? A recent research letter in JAMA discusses the types of online harassments that physicians and scientists faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, analyzing likelihood of harassment by race, gender, sexual orientation, and other factors.
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is to end on May 11, 2023. The ending of the Public Health Emergency may impact an individual’s coverage of COVID-19 tests.
Check out this important update From Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
What are the most important factors that have increased or decreased burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic? A recent JAMA study and corresponding Advisory Board article discuss this question, reporting on survey results that clinicians shared regarding factors such as chaos, work control, EHRs, feeling valued, and others.