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Gap in COVID-19 testing, services leaving behind Nebraskans with disabilities, report finds “By the end of the preceptorship, we had COVID patients because there was nowhere else to put them,” Ward said. “It made me see that this virus spreads in ways I don’t think we completely understand.” While both Axelson and Ward described their …

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Technology Innovations and Evolving Standard of Care Fueling Growth of the Global Hemodynamic Monitoring Systems Market, 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Hemodynamic monitoring aims to guide medical management of critically ill patients who are prone to hemodynamic instability. It performs the function of assessing the blood volume and oxygen perfusion, …

Greer Gehler is an Anchorage emergency room nurse who recently tested positive for the coronavirus. (Greer Gehler photo) It started last Friday with a tickle in her throat. Greer Gehler, an emergency room nurse in Anchorage, was on her way home from work. “I chalked that up to sometimes, after wearing a respirator for 12 …

Abbott recently published a position paper on the future blueprint for the care of vascular patients, based on the results of extensive qualitative market research conducted worldwide.  At Abbott, we are always asking ourselves how might we improve patient outcomes through technological advances and better data visibility – but before we can begin to answer …

“With the average age of drugs on the market hovering at about 30 years old, the potential to reduce costs—and increase patient health outcomes—is enormous,” the school said. The research was co-authored with Katharina Blankart, professor at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany, who was a visiting scholar at Columbia during part of the work. …

Though the U.S. healthcare system is straining under the burden of the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been acceleration in one area of the industry: innovation and IT efforts. Organizations are crediting technology with helping them stay connected with their patients and advancing their population health efforts, despite the growing healthcare access challenges brought on by …

Dr. Jane Lee, a UW social work professor, says poor immigrant access to health care has a ripple effect across society. SEATTLE — Immigrants oftentimes face barriers other Americans may not face, including access culturally sensitive or affordable health care. Dr. Jane Lee, an assistant professor at the University of Washington School of Social Work, …

This is the primary message from local health care leaders as they watch case numbers rise at exponential rates and witness the challenges their organizations are facing. Those directives? Wear masks, stay at least 6 feet apart from others and avoid gathering in groups, especially indoors. There is no doubt fatigue among some surrounding these …

There have been at least 160,000 daily new coronavirus cases in the US, according to Johns Hopkins University data. This is the highest single day reported total since the pandemic began. The US has added more than half a million new Covid-19 cases since hitting 10 million on Monday, the school said. At this rate, …

Isabelle McCalla, Caitlin Kinnunen, and The cast of The Prom perform onstage during the 2019 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall on June 9, 2019 in New York City. Theo Wargo | Getty Images Just over a year ago, Caitlin Kinnunen was sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with the biggest Broadway names in Radio City Music Hall, …