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The administration said that the money allocated through the program so far had helped support more than 50 million jobs. The share of overall small business payroll supported per state ranged from 72 percent in Virginia to 96 percent in Florida, according to the Treasury release. The Paycheck Protection Program offers businesses with 500 or …

Accolade CEO Rajeev Singh can’t imagine a more pertinent time to be taking his health care technology company public. Despite concerns that surging coronavirus cases might soon weaken investor appetites, Singh watched Thursday as the company — which splits its headquarters between Seattle and Pennsylvania — debuted on the Nasdaq Stock Market with its shares …

IOWA CITY, Iowa (KCRG) – As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Johnson County, the University of Iowa Health Care is also seeing more cases among its employees. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Theresa Brennan says there is no evidence the staff is getting the virus from patients, or that patients have gotten it from staff. …

CLOSE Consulate Health Care headquarters in Maitland, Fla., a suburb of Orlando. Consulate nursing homes systematically abused and neglected patients to boost profits, according to a whistleblower lawsuit. (Photo: Ryan Mills/USA TODAY NETWORK – FLORIDA) Florida’s largest nursing home provider is again facing a quarter-billion-dollar judgment for fraud that company leaders have said could cause its …

TUPELO • The number of COVID-19 cases was already trending upwards when the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) reported the highest single day increases this past week. Thursday saw the highest single day total, with 1,092 new cases. Previous highest totals also occurred in that time period, with 611 cases reported Tuesday and 550 …

Bamby Salcedo, here at a 2017 rally on behalf of LGBTQ rights, is among the plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed Monday to keep Obama-era civil rights protections in place. “Everyone deserves easy access to health care,” Salcedo says, “and health care that is respectful of who we are.” Amanda Edwards/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption …

Residents at a York care home wanting to keep more active and alert through lockdown are trialling a new interactive light projector. Those who can’t welcome visitors during the pandemic are enjoying this technology, and trying out new activities to support their physical and emotional health. Older people, especially those living with dementia, are experiencing …

Executive Summary The pandemic, which is wreaking havoc on the U.S. health care system, is expected to cause health care premiums for employers to rise. Instead of resorting to a short-term fix — raising copayments, deductibles, and other out-of-pocket costs for next year — they should pursue long-term solutions that can create a more resilient U.S. health care …

A recent estimate by consulting firm McKinsey suggests that $250 billion in healthcare spending could shift to virtual care models in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Notwithstanding the dramatic headline, there is no disputing that we are directionally headed towards a significant shift in the way care is delivered. If anything, the actual shift …

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Santa Clara County ordered on Wednesday all large health care systems in the county to provide free coronavirus testing for all patients in high-risk categories, including people who regularly ride mass transit. County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody said that while many health care providers are already providing COVID-19 …