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Hospices have contended with two agents of industry-wide change at the start of 2021: access to value-based payment models and a global pandemic. As hospices sought ways to balance the human touch with technology, they’ve refocused efforts around advance care planning, a key element of those value-based models. Those services are one more area in …

Traditionally, policymakers and urban planners haven’t had access to city data that can reveal complex patterns and relationships between factors that influence urban development. In some cases, data is too laborious or costly to measure at frequent time intervals, and in others, unexpected or unforeseen circumstances such as a pandemic like COVID-19 are responsible for …

The Green River District Health Department hopes to receive a COVID-19 vaccine “soon,” according to Public Health Director Clay Horton. The first priority, he said, will be getting critical care workers vaccinated, such as emergency management service workers and other health care workers with direct patient contact. Horton said he hopes to receive vaccinations by …

It may be time to pour one out for the streaming service trial. CNET reports that HBO Max is no longer offering users a free week of watching its content, following both Disney Plus and Netflix’s examples earlier in the year. This change, probably not coincidentally, comes just weeks before December 25th, when Wonder Woman …

One of the ways it plans to do that is presenting obituaries of people the campaign will claim voted in the election and considering having campaign-style rallies to amplify the message, according to two of the sources. So far, the litigation put forward by the campaign has not included any proof to support allegations of …

In past years, first-year Nicole Bolton—who is vegetarian—couldn’t eat much of the food that appeared on her family’s Thanksgiving dinner table. This year, she is excited to start her winter break with one of the few vegetarian foods her family cooks: sweet potato casserole.  “We don’t make ours with marshmallows. We make it with crushed …

The U.S. health department is planning a $250 million COVID ad campaign to ‘defeat despair’ before the election – Poynter The U.S. health department is planning a $250 million COVID ad campaign to ‘defeat despair’ before the election – Poynter Home Newsletters The U.S. health …

Hiles faces charges of breaking and entering and possessing criminal tools by: WKBN Staff Posted: Jul 14, 2020 / 03:24 PM EDT / Updated: Jul 14, 2020 / 03:24 PM EDT NILES, Ohio (WKBN) – A man was taken into custody early Tuesday morning after police say he was planning a break-in at a photography …

This is one in a series of profiles showcasing some of Harvard’s stellar graduates. Juan Reynoso is about to step into largely uncharted territory. When he graduates this spring, he’ll be only the second person to have completed a new joint Master in Public Health (M.P.H.)/Master in Urban Planning (M.U.P.) degree program. Launched in 2016 …

As coronavirus surges in some communities, some health care systems are overloaded. Federal estimates suggest that coronavirus cases and deaths could get a lot worse in many places without continued social distancing measures. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption toggle caption Susan Walsh/AP As coronavirus surges in some communities, some health care systems are overloaded. Federal estimates …