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In this article JNJ A nurse administers a shot at the FEMA-supported COVID-19 vaccination site at Valencia State College on the first day the site resumed offering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Paul Hennessy | LightRocket | Getty Images An influential Food and Drug Administration advisory committee on Friday said the agency should authorize boosters
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Two major health systems and a hospital-at-home company have launched a coalition that will advocate for continuing the currently available hospital-level at-home care flexibilities beyond the Covid-19 pandemic. Founded by Rochester, Minnesota-based Mayo Clinic, Oakland, California-based Kaiser Permanente and Boston-based Medically Home, the Advanced Care at Home Coalition will also advocate for the creation of
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Two major health systems and a hospital-at-home company have launched a coalition that will advocate for continuing the currently available hospital-level at-home care flexibilities beyond the Covid-19 pandemic. Founded by Rochester, Minnesota-based Mayo Clinic, Oakland, California-based Kaiser Permanente and Boston-based Medically Home, the Advanced Care at Home Coalition will also advocate for the creation of
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  National Resilience, a company developing technologies that overcome the challenges of manufacturing complex biological medicines, is turning to Harvard University to find some of those new solutions. Under a five-year agreement announced Friday, Resilience will fund R&D of new manufacturing technologies based on discoveries from the university’s labs. Resilience has committed $30 million to
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National Resilience, a company developing technologies that overcome the challenges of manufacturing complex biological medicines, is turning to Harvard University to find some of those new solutions. Under a five-year agreement announced Friday, Resilience will fund R&D of new manufacturing technologies based on discoveries from the university’s labs. Resilience has committed $30 million to the
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Dive Brief: Walgreens has invested $330 million to acquire a 55% stake in CareCentrix, a firm that works with health plans to coordinate post-acute care services for plan members, expanding the pharmacy chain’s reach in the healthcare sector. Walgreens has the option to acquire the remaining interests in CareCentrix in the future. CareCentrix’s model works to
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Key Findings The October KFF Health Tracking Poll finds one in five adults in the U.S. report receiving ongoing support for daily activities such as bathing, dressing, or remembering medications, and a similar share say they are providing those type of services for a close friend or family member. About one in five adults (18%)
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A patient’s healthcare experience is shaped by the care they receive and the support they get from healthcare’s administrative function. From the time they schedule an appointment to the bill they receive after a visit or procedure, being proactive and transparent with patients on the financial aspects can go a long way in creating goodwill
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Healthmine is hosting a free, three-part webinar series throughout November to help health plans prepare for the next measurement year. Register now to gain key insights from the 2022 Star Ratings for Medicare Advantage plans, as well as the best practices to succeed amidst rapid change. Click here to save your spot. Propeller Health alumni Chris
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Former President Bill Clinton Adam Jeffery | CNBC Former President Bill Clinton was hospitalized on Tuesday evening to receive treatment for a non-Covid related infection, according to his spokesman. Clinton’s spokesman Angel Urena said late Tuesday that the former president was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center in California. “He is on the mend, in
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Oatmeal is a terrific healthy breakfast option. It’s easy to prepare and a high-fiber food that will keep you feeling full and satisfied — and it’s easy to customize when feeding the family. It also gets overlooked often, and it’s not hard to guess why. Without the right ingredients accompanying it, oatmeal can be downright boring to
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Source: Kalorama Information Direct-to-consumer laboratory testing is on the rise, as consumers become more educated and proactive about their own health. The market’s expected to grow past $350 million by 2020 – a significant increase over a nearly negligible $15 million just a few years ago, according to a new report from Kalorama Information.   It
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Oatmeal is a terrific healthy breakfast option. It’s easy to prepare and a high-fiber food that will keep you feeling full and satisfied — and it’s easy to customize when feeding the family. It also gets overlooked often, and it’s not hard to guess why. Without the right ingredients accompanying it, oatmeal can be downright boring to
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In a span of two days, the heads of two of the most prominent health systems in the country have announced their retirement. Dr. Stephen Klasko, president of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of Jefferson Health, and Lloyd Dean, CEO of CommonSpirit Health, will be stepping down within the coming year. Klasko, who has led
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Inadequate telemedicine parity laws and Medicare reimbursement are among the top challenges faced by telehealth programs, according to a survey out of Reach Health. Forty percent of respondents said the parity laws issue is going unaddressed, and 37 percent said it’s only partially addressed. Thirty-nine percent said Medicare reimbursement problems are not addressed, and 40
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Among the many pain points in healthcare access and delivery is the notoriously difficult to predict wait times at doctors’ offices. Enter Navimize, a New York City-based startup that provides a virtual waiting room to help streamline scheduling and improve the patient experience. The venture capital-backed company recently won the Pitch Perfect competition for improving payer/provider
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In a span of two days, the heads of two of the most prominent health systems in the country have announced their retirement. Dr. Stephen Klasko, president of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of Jefferson Health, and Lloyd Dean, CEO of CommonSpirit Health, will be stepping down within the coming year. Klasko, who has led
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