COVID-19 Vaccination Rates More Sluggish in Children Than Adults
Study links discrepancy to adults’ misbeliefs about vaccine safety
Diabetes and Poorer COVID-19 Outcomes in Minority Communities
Studies tie disease to higher risk of COVID-related hospitalizations and deaths
Care Fragmentation Thwarts Progress in Diabetes Reduction
More financial incentives for high-value services, greater data interoperability are needed to address problem
The Effect of Electronic Health Record Notes on Racial Bias
Clinicians need to avoid negative terms in describing patients
Mask Updates: CDC Recommends N95 and KN95
With increased infectivity of Omicron, the CDC has updated the guidance on the best mask types to use.
Severe COVID-19 in Children: Study
A global study examines how often severe outcomes occur within 14 days of a positive COVID-19 test occurring in an emergency department (ED).
Study: Waning Antibody Protection May Increase Breakthrough Omicron Infection Rates
But protection against hospitalization and death remain strong.
Preference for Telehealth in Decline
Two possible explanations for declining contentment with live video calls as a form of care delivery.
Gap in Diabetes Technology Use by Race Among Medicare Beneficiares Identified
The prevalence of insulin pump use for Black beneficiaries increased from 3.9% to 4.6% between 2017 and 2019.
Report Shows Misinformation Surrounding COVID-19 Continues
Misinformation about the disease and vaccinations remains widespread, and correlated with party affiliation.
Oral oncology drugs
The management of oral oncology drugs is an unending series of responsibilities involving safety issues, billing requirements, patient needs, prescriber details, and reimbursement challenges.
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