Technology has hampered the nation’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign. But it doesn’t have to be that way, health tech experts explain.
Stanford found itself in hot water last week after deploying a faulty Covid-19 vaccine distribution algorithm, offering a cautionary tale that extends far beyond the university's own doors.
The CDC said people who have had severe reactions to prior vaccines or injectable drugs can still get the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Tech giants have developed speech recognition and machine learning technologies that allow doctors to automatically transcribe audio recordings.
Production of injectable opioids has nearly ground to a halt due to manufacturing problems, creating a shortage of staple medications used to treat a wide array of patients.
An insurer has stepped up to sell individual health insurance policies to the last county in the U.S. without Obamacare coverage in 2018.
Lawmakers who support expanding health coverage are using data to fight Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
As treatments get less invasive and recovery times shrink, a new kind of hospital is cropping up — the “bedless hospital.”…
Hospitals across the United States are throwing away less-than-perfect organs and denying the sickest people lifesaving transplants out of fear that poor surgical outcomes will result in a federal crackdown.
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