Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. Tracking the nation's baby formula supply: 4 facts

    As domestic manufacturers chug away at replenishing the nation's supply and the federal government imports baby formula from around the world, it's unclear what the nation's current inventory is. Here are four things to know about the shortage that's expected to last until July: 
  2. Patients could lose telehealth access to opioid addiction treatment

    Patients being treated virtually for opioid addiction may have to return to in-person care if the federal government doesn't extend regulations allowing these types of telemedicine visits, Politico reported June 20.
  3. Coors Leadership Capital makes 3 executive appointments

    Coors Leadership Capital announced the appointment of three new executives after an extensive nationwide search. The organization is a nationwide, retained executive search and consulting firm that places healthcare executives from director-level through the C-Suite. 

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  1. High gas prices worsen struggle to access care

    Rising gas prices are making it difficult for a Michigan family to access cancer treatment. They drive from Fenton to Ann Arbor, 80 miles roundtrip, Monday through Friday, MLive reported June 21.
  2. 10 hospitals, health systems seeking VPs

    Below are 10 hospitals and health systems hiring for vice presidents.
  3. 10 recent hospital, health system CFO moves

    Becker's has reported on the following 10 hospital or health system CFO moves since May 31.
  4. LifePoint appoints 2 executives

    Brentwood, Tenn.-based LifePoint Health has promoted two leaders to new positions. 

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  1. 'Stay humble at the outset': 4 physicians on how COVID-19 shaped infectious disease work

    As the monkeypox outbreak evolves, hospitals are reflecting on the early days of their COVID-19 response. 
  2. Facebook sued after claims of patient data being secretly sent to its platform

    Facebook is facing a lawsuit alleging the company is receiving private medical data when patients access hospital websites for healthcare providers, Bloomberg reported June 17. 
  3. Rivet, tech startup specializing in revenue cycle management, secures $20.5M investment

    Revenue cycle management startup Rivet landed $20.5 million June 21 as it seeks to expand its team and software platform.
  4. Experts call for overhaul of public health system 

    A panel of health experts has called for a complete overhaul of the U.S. public health system, recommending that a new national public health system be created, The New York Times reported June 21. 
  1. 14 recent health IT innovations, partnerships

    From artificial intelligence being rolled out for improved patient outcomes to virtual reality usage for medical training, health systems and hospitals are using technology and forming partnerships to innovate. 
  2. 'A pandemic of gun violence': Hospital workers call for safety while healing others

    When front-line hospital workers report to their jobs each day, it is impossible to know every situation they might encounter with patients, visitors and colleagues. But one situation appears more in the realm of possibility of late: the potential for a shooting or other violent incident. 
  3. Women more likely to experience long COVID-19, study finds

    Four weeks after testing positive for COVID-19 and feeling symptoms, women encountered recurring symptoms more often than men, according to a study published June 21 in Current Medical Research and Opinion. 
  4. 6 systems seeking post-acute care talent 

    Below are five hospitals, health systems or hospital operators that have recently posted job listings seeking post-acute care talent.
  5. COVID-19 vaccinations cleared for young kids: 4 health experts' reactions

    Health experts largely welcomed the news that COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old are now available, after sign-off from the FDA and CDC. 
  6. HonorHealth researchers' new therapy changes NCCN guidelines for pancreatic cancer 

    Scottsdale, Ariz.-based HonorHealth researchers developed a novel drug combination therapy for pancreatic cancer patients that has become part of the new National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines for the disease, the system shared with Becker's.
  7. Kentucky health system launches hospital-at-home platform for rural patients

    Lexington, Ky.-based Appalachian Regional Healthcare has partnered with AI-powered remote patient monitoring company Biofourmis to provide acute-level hospital care inside patients' homes. 
  8. 10 hospitals seeking RCM talent

    10 hospitals or health systems recently posted job listings seeking revenue cycle management expertise.
  9. 5 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Below are five hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.

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