The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced the availability of $103 million in grants for healthcare organizations to address burnout in the healthcare workforce, particularly in rural and underserved communities.
ACOG, CDC Recommend Separating Mothers With Confirmed Or Suspected COVID-19 From Newborns For Up To A Week Or More
The CDC offered guidance for clinicians for the Johnson and Johnson (J&J) Covid-19 vaccine Tuesday after six women, ages 18 to 48, suffered a rare type of blood clot.
The nursing shortage hitting the country is particularly dire in rural areas, which have less money than large hospitals to pay the exorbitant fees travel nursing agencies are demanding.
Couples who get vaccinated against Covid do not reduce their chances of conceiving a child, but men who get infected with Covid do reduce their odds slightly.
Many post-Covid symptoms can be managed in the primary care setting and often improve without medical intervention during the first few months after initial infection.
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Although insulin is a vital component of diabetes management, the pandemic has led many patients to forgo the prescriptions they need.
Continued vaccine refusal will affect those who are vaccinated and the Next Normal may include mask wearing, and some limitations on recreational activities.
Nurse practitioners should be reimbursed by Medicare at 100 percent, up from the current 85 percent, to bring them into parity with physicians, according to the authors of a paper.
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Pregnant women who contract Covid-19 pass protective antibodies to their newborns. A Covid vaccine early in their pregnancy might do the same.
Telehealth is here to stay after the pandemic, said 67 percent of the respondents to a Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH) survey conducted in April.
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Backed by NPWH and others, the videos feature Dr. Anthony Fauci along with nurses and physicians encouraging healthcare workers to get vaccinated.
Even as specialists in infectious diseases praise the treatment’s effectiveness, many practitioners say they have questions about prescribing the drug and want better data