09:46 Sat 12
|Why Do the Wealthy Pay Such Low Taxes? |
Here's how the super-rich get away with dodging the IRS -- legally.
11:03 Fri 19
|The Secret to Getting Into the 0% Tax Bracket |
You may be able to legally ditch taxes if you do this.
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01:32 Wed 15
|Allot 50% beds in health hub hospitals to Aarogyasri patients: Andhra CM YS Reddy |
Allot 50% beds in health hub hospitals to Aarogyasri patients: Andhra CM YS Reddy
21:36 Thu 23
|Military medics to be deployed to help hospitals treat COVID patients |
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has granted a request to send around 100 military medics to Northern Ireland to support hospitals in need of help to deal with the number of coronavirus patients, Sky News has learnt.
11:47 Fri 24
|Doctor who has lost over 100 patients to covid says some deny virus from their death beds: I dont believe you |
Mattthew Trunsky said health care workers are tired as a whole,' adding, 'I dont think a week goes by that I dont see someone pass away.'
13:00 Fri 24
|Doctor who has lost over 100 patients to covid says some deny virus from their death beds: I dont believe you https://t.co/1cuYLmf9oZ |
14:23 Fri 24
|MOH considering expanding outsourcing services to settle backlog cases |
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 24): The Health Ministry (MOH) is studying various methods to resolve the backlog issue at ministry facilities, including expanding outsourcing of medical services. Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said it includes discussions with armed forces hospitals and university teaching hospitals on matters in which they could be of assistance. He said the ministry had [...]
14:30 Fri 24
|NY hospitals fear staff shortage as vaccine deadline looms |
Hospitals and nursing homes in New York are bracing for the possibility that a statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers could lead to staff shortages
23:07 Thu 23
|WHO backs antibody treatment for high-risk Covid-19 patients |
PARIS, Sept 24 The World Health Organisation (WHO) today recommended the synthetic antibody treatment Regeneron for Covid-19, but only in patients with specific health profiles. Persons with non-severe Covid-19 who are nonetheless at high...
18:12 Fri 24
|Your weekend reading list |
Did COVID-19 affect quality of life valuations? Medication adherence measurement: claims vs. pharmacy fill data. Patients’ free choice of physicians is not always good Digital Health funding stats. Academic research on digital health. Impact of hospice care on family costs. Impact of VBID for patients with diabetes. Being sick is a full-time job
14:47 Fri 24
|Health Policy Changes In Democrats Spending Bill Would Reduce Patients Choices, Raise Taxpayer Costs |
By Robert Moffit for The Daily Signal The lefts health policy strategy is simple: Step by step, centralize government control over larger chunks of the health care sector of the economy, add more and more taxpayer subsidies (requiring ever higher taxes), and block the emergence of any independent alternatives for coverage and care. In the end, the […] The post Health Policy Changes In Democrats Spending Bill Would Reduce Patients Choices, Raise Taxpayer Costs appeared first on The Political Insider .
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06:29 Fri 24
|NY Hospitals Worry About Staff Shortages As Monday Vaccine Deadline Approaches |
The statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers takes effect Monday and hospitals and nursing homes fear it could lead to staff shortages.
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|UC Davis Health begins administering Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 booster shots to patients |
Based on the recent release of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations for a third dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, UC Davis Health began administering booster shots to patients at its area clinics and to employees on the medical campus today.
04:02 Fri 24
|At an Overrun ICU, the Problem Is We Are Running Out of Hallways |
Billings Clinic in Montana is past the tipping point as it looks for places to add intensive care unit beds and is on the cusp of rationing care to deal with the surge of sick covid patients in a state with significant anti-vaccination sentiment.
|bioengineer org |
16:04 Fri 24
|Shrinking waveforms on electrocardiograms predict worsening health and death of hospitalized COVID-19 and influenza patients |
Specific and dynamic changes on electrocardiograms (EKGs) of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 or influenza can help predict a timeframe for worsening health and death, according to a new Mount Sinai study. The work, published in the September 24 online issue of the American Journal of Cardiology, shows that shrinking waveforms on these tests can be […]
13:30 Thu 23
|Central Mass. hospital chief says there is bed shortage due to COVID-19 and health crunch |
'Ive been an emergency physician in [Worcester] for three decades, and Ive never seen it this bad.' The post Central Mass. hospital chief says ICU beds are full due to COVID-19 and health crunch appeared first on Boston.com .
17:16 Fri 24
|Health tech firm Elligo raises $135M from Cerner, other investors |
Elligo, a health research company, plans to use the money to acquire ClinEdge and invest in technology connecting patients to clinical trials.
16:00 Fri 24
|Study: EKG may predict life-threatening illness in hospitalized COVID-19 patients |
Changes in heart function observed on electrocardiograms of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 or influenza can help predict a time frame for worsening health, a study says.
|Cyclonic storm likely to hit Odisha, Andhra coasts by tomorrow evening; IMD issues yellow alert |
The weather department has also issued a Yellow alert for the residents of the North Andhra Pradesh and South Odisha coasts as it has predicted that the depression could transform into a cyclonic storm in the next 12 hours.
|IMD issues yellow alert for cyclone in north Andhra Pradesh, south Odisha |
The cyclone is likely to cross north Andhra Pradesh and its adjacent south Odisha in the next 12 hours
19:00 Thu 23
|I see you, COVID |
I see you, COVID. I see you in the hospitals each day. I don on my surgical cap, scrubs, goggles, N95 mask, and gown. Are you there? I see you in the scared eyes of my patients, in their tears, and in their regrets. I see you in their cough, gasps for air, nausea, vomiting, Read more I see you, COVID originally appeared in KevinMD.com .
14:21 Fri 24
|UC San Diego Health sued over data breach affecting 500,000 patients |
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10:34 Fri 24
|Ong Ye Kung: Restrictions to tighten if hospitals cannot cope, lockdown in S'pore a 'last resort' |
The health minister also addressed some other questions on the current tightened measures.
01:48 Fri 24
|Physicians hesitant to switch patients from biologics to biosimilar drugs, report finds |
Analyses have predicted that the use of biosimilar drugs could cut overall U.S. drug spending by more than $100 billion in the next five years, but many physicians are hesitant to switch patients from biologics to biosimilars,Kaiser Health Newsreported Sept. 23.Biologic drugs are those made from living organisms, such as animal cells or bacteria. They're [...]
15:37 Fri 24
|NY hospitals fear staff shortage as statewide COVID vaccine mandate deadline looms |
With no sign of Gov. Kathy Hochul backing down, hospitals and nursing homes were preparing contingency plans.
|New York Hospitals Face Possible Mass Firings as Workers Spurn Vaccines |
With a Monday deadline looming, thousands of health care workers in the state are risking their jobs by not getting a coronavirus vaccine.
11:30 Fri 24
|WHO recommends Regeneron's monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 |
Shares of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. were down 0.1% in premarket trading on Friday after the World Health Organization recommended its monoclonal antibody as a treatment for COVID-19. The global body says the combination treatment can be used in COVID-19 patients who are at high risk of severe disease as well as in severe and critically ill COVID-19 patients who have not yet developed antibodies. The therapy has generated $3.5 billion in revenue in the first half of 2021. 'WHO also calls for the sharing of technology to allow for the manufacturing of biosimilar versions so all patients who may need this treatment have access to it,' it said in a statement on Friday. So far this year, Regeneron's stock is up 33.8%, while the broader S&P 500 has gained 18.4%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
15:39 Fri 24
|Long Covid-19 cases will require medical rehabilitation, says Health Ministry |
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 The Health Ministry announced that long Covid-19 patients will undergo medical rehabilitation for extended care. Its minister Khairy Jamaluddin said that the programme will be led by a medical rehabilitation centre that...
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23:01 Thu 23
|EXPERT REACTION: Antibody cocktail recommended for high-risk Covid patients |
In updated guidance, the WHO now advises a monoclonal antibody treatment for Covid patients at the most risk of being hospitalised (e.g. older or immune-compromised patients) with non-severe Covid, and for the severely-ill who lack natural antibodies to the virus. Two antibodies - casirivimab and imdevimab - are combined in the treatment, known as Regen-Cov in the US, and Ronapreve in the UK and NZ. The authors acknowledge cost and availability constraints, and say all other Covid patients would likely not benefit from this treatment.
08:05 Fri 24
|#BJP hit out at the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led #AndhraPradesh government for constituting a 'jumbo' trust board for t https://t.co/UUpAoeO65Z |
12:53 Fri 24
|Alabama leading U.S. in COVID-19 death rate over last week |
The increase in deaths come as hospitalizations in the state fell below 1,800 patients for the first time in a month, a change health officials said likely was due to both people getting well and dying.
08:06 Fri 24
|Penang Hospitals ICU, acute wards nearly full ahead of field hospital opening |
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 24 Bed usage for the acute wards and intensive care unit (ICU) for Covid-19 patients at the Penang General Hospital were now almost at maximum capacity. Hospital director Datuk Dr Teo Gim Sian said the acute wards were at 95...
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14:50 Fri 24
|COVID-19 surge forcing St. Cloud Hospital to expand ICU, delay other care - Minneapolis Star Tribune |
COVID-19 surge forcing St. Cloud Hospital to expand ICU, delay other care Minneapolis Star Tribune Montana Hospitals Struggle With Covid Surge MSNBC St. Cloud Hospital expands ICU, delays some care amid influx of unvaccinated patients SC Times Daughter of patient hospitalized on ventilator urges Idahoans to get vaccinated Idaho News 6 Fewer COVID-19 patients, 13 new deaths since Monday at Sarasota Memorial Hospital Sarasota Herald-Tribune View Full Coverage on Google News