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nytimes.com - Amanda Morris - 2 Children Have Been Hospitalized Because of Formula Shortage
2 Children Have Been Hospitalized Because of Formula Shortage
The New York Times

Two children in Tennessee were recently hospitalized because their families could not find the specific formula they need during a nationwide shortage that has grown more acute over the past month, sending parents frantically searching for interim…

nytimes.com - Katie Glueck - Fetterman in the hospital on an eventful Election Day in 5 states.
Fetterman in the hospital on an eventful Election Day in 5 states.
The New York Times

BRADDOCK, Pa. — Lt. Gov. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, the front-runner for his state's Democratic Senate nomination, is spending Tuesday's primary in the hospital, recovering from a stroke he suffered on Friday. “Of course, he…

wsj.com - Peter Loftus - Hospitals Cancel Medical Scans Because of Dye Shortage
Hospitals Cancel Medical Scans Because of Dye Shortage
Wall Street Journal

China's Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns have led to a shortage of a dye widely used in medical scans, prompting U.S. hospitals including the Mayo Clinic to ration supplies, postpone procedures or switch to less optimal imaging. The shortage arose in…

rand.org - Private Health Plans Paid Hospitals 224 Percent of What Medicare Would Pay
Private Health Plans Paid Hospitals 224 Percent of What Medicare Would Pay
RAND

Because employer-sponsored spending comes from employee wages and benefits, employers have a fiduciary responsibility to administer benefits in the interest of participants. The lack of transparency of prices in the health care market limits the…

axios.com - Adriel Bettelheim - Employers pay hospitals billions more than Medicare
Employers pay hospitals billions more than Medicare
Axios

Employers and private insurance plans in 2020 paid hospitals 224% of what Medicare paid for the same services, with rates for inpatient and outpatient care varying widely from site to site, a new report from RAND finds. The intrigue: The report…

denverpost.com - Kieran Nicholson - Pedestrian hit by driver in Aurora dies at a local hospital
Pedestrian hit by driver in Aurora dies at a local hospital
The Denver Post

Categories: Colorado News, Crime and Public Safety, Latest Headlines, News A pedestrian died after being hit by a motorist on Monday in Aurora, police said. The incident happened at about 10:35 p.m. near East Colfax Avenue and Moline Street, police…

wsj.com - Katherine Clarke - A Hospitality Mogul's Bel-Air Home Hits the Market for $39.5 Million
A Hospitality Mogul's Bel-Air Home Hits the Market for $39.5 Million
Wall Street Journal

Hospitality magnate Sam Nazarian is listing a Bel-Air home for $39.5 million. Mr. Nazarian paid $25 million to buy the nearly 11,000-square-foot property from the late Paramount chief executive Brad Grey in 2015, according to property records. He…

nytimes.com - Soumya Karlamangla - How the Bay Area Became California's Latest Covid Hot Spot
How the Bay Area Became California's Latest Covid Hot Spot
The New York Times

Since the early days of the pandemic, the Bay Area has been seen as a model for how to minimize the spread of the coronavirus. The region instated the nation's first stay-at-home orders in March 2020, and has since consistently seen lower levels of…

rte.ie - Brian O'Donovan - Warning of disruption in hospitals due to strike action
Warning of disruption in hospitals due to strike action
RTÉ

The Health Service Executive is warning of significant disruption and service delays in hospitals tomorrow due to a planned strike by medical scientists. The HSE said the industrial action will lead to the cancellation of many inpatient and…

dailyguardian.com.ph - Just What is Filipino Hospitality in the Hospitality Industry
Just What is Filipino Hospitality in the Hospitality Industry
Daily Guardian

Recently, while embarking and immersing myself on a new hotel project, I was in heavy bombardment into defining what is genuinely a Filipino hospitality. By defining this, if at all it is possible, how do you brand it and make it an impeccable…

missionlocal.org - Joe Eskenazi - Closing Laguna Honda Hospital would be like dropping a bomb on San Francisco
Closing Laguna Honda Hospital would be like dropping a bomb on San Francisco
Mission Local

Laguna Honda Hospital is a facility with a rich history of scandal and mismanagement. For it to now be facing an existential crisis over a series of comparatively minor violations feels a bit like Al Capone going to prison over tax evasion. But…

medicalxpress.com - Science X staff - Desktop air curtain system prevents spread of COVID-19 in hospital settings
Desktop air curtain system prevents spread of COVID-19 in hospital settings
Medical Xpress

In efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, miniaturizing air curtains for hospital wards, labs, and other health care settings is gaining traction as a viable solution to inadequate face masks or when social distancing is not a realistic option.

globalnews.ca - Gabby Rodrigues - Ontario COVID numbers: 1,345 people in hospital, 165 in intensive care
Ontario COVID numbers: 1,345 people in hospital, 165 in intensive care
Global News

Ontario is reporting 1,345 people in hospital with COVID on Tuesday, with 165 in intensive care. Story continues below advertisement This is up by 223 for hospitalizations and an increase of six for ICUs since the previous day as hospitals report…

wavy.com - Stephanie Hudson - COVID cases, hospitalizations rising in Virginia
COVID cases, hospitalizations rising in Virginia
WAVY.com

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are inching up again in Virginia and across the country. The Virginia Department of Health reported nearly 2,000 cases Monday and more than 3,500 new cases Tuesday. The Virginia…

mirror.co.uk - Tim Hanlon - NHS crisis saw patient 'wait 24 hours in ambulance outside hospital
NHS crisis saw patient 'wait 24 hours in ambulance outside hospital
mirror

A patient was forced to wait in an ambulance for 24 hours outside a hospital due to the on-going NHS crisis. There has been a continual stream of harrowing stories of people waiting for many hours in excruciating pain for an ambulance with priority…

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