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Biden to Order 100 Million More J&J Doses, Boosting Supply

Biden to Order 100 Million More J&J Doses, Boosting Supply
(Bloomberg) President Joe Biden said doubling the U.S. order of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 vaccine will help build a stockpile larger than the country’s population, providing backup doses to meet unexpected needs as new variants of the virus emerge. After the U.S. is satisfied that it has enough supply to meet contingencies it will provide Read more

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Biden to Order 100 Million More J&J Doses, Boosting Supply
(Bloomberg) President Joe Biden said doubling the U.S. order of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 vaccine will help build a stockpile larger than the country’s population, providing Read more
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How Simulated Healthcare Training Supports Medical Education Programs
Healthcare simulation is the modern way to educate and train healthcare professionals to master cognitive, technical, and behavioral skill sets through technologically advanced crafted Read more
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Aspects of Healthcare that Have Evolved for Good in the Wake of COVID
Although many people are hoping for things to return to normal after the pandemic is over, the healthcare industry is one area that won’t look the same in a post-pandemic world. In a matter of Read more
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From Medical Training to Telemedicine: How Technology Integrators Are Changing the Way Healthcare Operates
It’s never been more critical that healthcare providers have solutions that enable them to provide safe, confident care to patients – care that also needs to give those patients peace of mind Read more
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From Medical Training to Telemedicine: How Technology Integrators Are Changing the Way Healthcare Operates
It’s never been more critical that healthcare providers have solutions that enable them to provide safe, confident care to patients – care that also needs to give those patients peace of mind Read more
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3 Ways that Rural Hospitals Can Update their Communication Technology
Communication is one of the most critical elements of healthcare. Effective communication channels and technology can save a patient’s life. In the same way that commercial communication Read more

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Biden to Order 100 Million More J&J Doses, Boosting Supply
March 10, 2021
(Bloomberg) President Joe Biden said doubling the U.S. order of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 vaccine will help build a stockpile larger than the country’s population, providing backup doses to meet unexpected needs as new variants of the virus emerge. After the U.S. is satisfied that it has enough supply to meet contingencies it will provide Read more
How Simulated Healthcare Training Supports Medical Education Programs
March 2, 2021
Healthcare simulation is the modern way to educate and train healthcare professionals to master cognitive, technical, and behavioral skill sets through technologically advanced crafted experiences. The term healthcare simulation is also commonly referred to as medical simulation or, in specific circumstances, surgical simulation and nursing simulation. How does Read more
Aspects of Healthcare that Have Evolved for Good in the Wake of COVID
February 26, 2021
Although many people are hoping for things to return to normal after the pandemic is over, the healthcare industry is one area that won’t look the same in a post-pandemic world. In a matter of weeks, the entire industry was upended in an attempt to save the lives of those affected by the coronavirus – and the ripples of these changes will affect the industry for Read more
From Medical Training to Telemedicine: How Technology Integrators Are Changing the Way Healthcare Operates
February 25, 2021
It’s never been more critical that healthcare providers have solutions that enable them to provide safe, confident care to patients – care that also needs to give those patients peace of mind during a pandemic unlike any we’ve seen in the modern era. Though much of that burden falls on the pure skill of these front-line healthcare professionals, technology Read more
From Medical Training to Telemedicine: How Technology Integrators Are Changing the Way Healthcare Operates
February 25, 2021
It’s never been more critical that healthcare providers have solutions that enable them to provide safe, confident care to patients – care that also needs to give those patients peace of mind during a pandemic unlike any we’ve seen in the modern era. Though much of that burden falls on the pure skill of these front-line healthcare professionals, technology Read more
3 Ways that Rural Hospitals Can Update their Communication Technology
February 8, 2021
Communication is one of the most critical elements of healthcare. Effective communication channels and technology can save a patient’s life. In the same way that commercial communication technology is improving and evolving, healthcare technology should also be doing the same.  Rural hospitals face many of the same COVID-19 healthcare challenges as non-rural Read more
Medical Care May Have Swayed Kevin Durant’s Decision To Join The Nets
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How Queueing Can Aid Healthcare in the Fight Against Concurrent Flu and COVID-19 Care
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Top 4 Tips for Transitioning to a New EHR
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