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5 improvements needed to modernize the American hospital landscape

Over the past 40 years, the number of U.S. hospitals declined by 12 percent, from more than 7,100 in 1975 to 6,200 in 2017, according to the latest American Hospital Association survey. And, yet, despite shuttering nearly 1,000 facilities, hospitals remain the nation’s largest source of health care spending, accounting for $ 1.1 trillion annually (or 33% of all national… Read More »

Will ‘Digital-First’ Health Plans Usher in Telehealth At-Scale? | Danielle Russella, American Well

Health Tech Dec 16, 2019• By JESSICA DAMASSA, WTF HEALTH Is healthcare on the way to ‘telehealth at-scale?’ We checked in with American Well’s Danielle Russella, President & GM of Health Plan Solutions, to rumor-check the buzz we’ve been hearing about “digital-first health plans” and what that means for the future of health plan coverage… Read More »

American doctor will be monitored in US after possible exposure to Ebola in Congo

The person, who has not been identified, is headed to the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha for monitoring, the release states, adding the Nebraska Medical Center is home to one of the nation’s few dedicated biocontainment units. “This person may have been exposed to the virus but is not ill and is not contagious,” said… Read More »

American Fashion Brand, Tom Ford Refuses To Take Any Stern Action Against its Manager, Tatyana Gleyzerman, After She Gets Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Tom Ford and Tatyana Gleyzerman (Photo Credit: Instagram) The year 2018 wasn’t so great for the fashion industry. Recently Prada made headlines when it was criticised of racism through its new range of products. And Earlier Dolce & Gabbana’s racist campaign for Chinese people invited the wrath of the entire country and they had to… Read More »