The COVID-19 pandemic effectively taught healthcare professionals, and their patients, how to do chronic care management remotely, which boosts convenience and thus engagement.
A U.S. district judge ruled in favor of numerous teaching hospitals contesting a Department of Health and Human Services regulation affecting direct graduate medical education payments. One hospital said that it had been underpaid more than $12.8 million over the years.
The healthcare ecosystem cannot exist without nurses, so it is time to invest in the enhanced technologies available to hospitals to alleviate burnout among healthcare’s most critical team members.
Patients and physicians like telehealth and want it to continue after the pandemic comes to an end, according to one of the largest studies to examine the mode of practice during COVID-19. But there’s work to be done to make the most of the technology going forward.
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