It’s one for all—and all as one—across the Empire State. There Gov. Andrew Cuomo has informally merged all New York’s hospitals into one massive entity to deal with COVID-19.
The American Hospital Association is asking HHS and CMS to distribute emergency funds directly to rural and urban hospitals and health systems designated for providers in the CARES Act.
Sectra has received FDA clearance for its Digital Pathology Module, a primary diagnostics tool intended for U.S. healthcare providers.
U.S. hospitals were already facing falling margins when the COVID-19 pandemic began to ramp up in the nation.
Louisiana is the most exposed state economy when it comes to the new coronavirus, COVID-19.
CMS is allowing healthcare providers to react to the COVID-19 pandemic with greater flexibility by loosening some federal requirements and issuing sweeping new rules.
Humana and Cigna both announced March 30 that consumers would not have to pay for treatment related to COVID-19-covered services.
Jefferson Health, the 14-hospital system serving the Philadelphia area, is using a new conversational chatbot to take questions from members of the community looking for information on COVID-19.
Stanford researchers had been working for years on an AI-powered system to monitor elderly patients at home when the coronavirus outbreak became a global crisis. Now their work is not just nifty but needed.