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VA resumes EHR modernization efforts following COVID-19 delays

First deployments of new Cerner system slated for this month

ED visits dropped as much as over 60% in March: study

May be due to people avoiding hospitals out of fear of contracting COVID-19

Rural hospitals are buckling under the weight of increasing COVID-19 cases

Preparedness plans and telehealth implementation may be critical to patient care

Landmark study finds Alzheimer's PET scans may not yield significant cost savings

Failure to reduce hospitalizations by 10% may hurt chances for Medicare coverage

Trump administration accused of overpaying Philips by $500 million for ventilators

Purchased 42,900 Trilogy ventilators for $15,000 each, whereas Obama admin bought 10,000 'nearly identical' units for $3,280 each

Less than a quarter of RNs in the US feel safe working at their facility

Only 9% of 21,000 nurses surveyed reported they did not have to reuse single-use PPE

First federal 'right to repair' legislation filed in US to help hospitals through pandemic

Get to know the Critical Medical Infrastructure Right-To-Repair Act of 2020

PPE is no silver bullet for keeping frontline staff safe

Healthcare workers remain more likely to test positive for COVID-19

It is time for a revolution in healthcare supply chain management

COVID-19 exposed supply chain weaknesses and the enormous amount of medical waste that's created

40% of hospitalizations of older adults with dementia could have been prevented: study

Inpatient admissions for pneumonia and heart failure could have been avoided if patients had access to high-quality outpatient care

Boston physicians advise peers to abandon routine daily chest X-rays in ICU

Should instead be used on demand, when there is a clinical indication