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Sep 14, 2020
To ease the continued strain on the N95 supply chain and Strategic National Stockpile, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is considering whether the federal government should buy and deploy elastomeric half-mask respirators in health care settings and emergency medical services organizations during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sep 14, 2020
The Department of Labor released a temporary rule revising regulations implementing certain paid leave provisions through Dec. 31 under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Sep 14, 2020 by Melinda L. Estes, M.D.
Flu season soon will be upon us. And this year, it will take place in the middle of our ongoing battle against COVID-19.
Sep 11, 2020
The AHA and Aligning for Health Sept. 24 at 3 p.m. ET will host a webinar detailing how hospitals and health systems have been working to better identify and address health, social and community needs.
Sep 11, 2020
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study revealed that adults with positive SARS-CoV-2 test results were approximately twice as likely to have reported dining at restaurants within 14 days of developing symptoms compared with those whose test results were negative.
Sep 11, 2020
A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study is revealing the extent to which adults are bypassing medical care because of their COVID-19-related concerns.
Sep 11, 2020
The National Institutes of Health announced the launch of two of three planned, worldwide phase 3 clinical trials of varying types of blood thinners to treat adults with COVID-19.
Sep 11, 2020 by Rick Pollack
This morning, like most mornings, I looked at a picture outside of my office that was taken on Sept. 11, 2001. The picture shows doctors, nurses, administrators and other caregivers standing outside the emergency department of my local community hospital in Arlington, Va., waiting to treat victims of the attack at the Pentagon. 
Sep 10, 2020
The AHA released its 2021 Health Care Talent Scan examining the latest factors and trends affecting the health care workforce.
Sep 10, 2020
In a friend-of-the-court brief filed Sept.3, the AHA expressed support for the decision by the U. S. District Court for the District of New Mexico that Presbyterian Health Care Services’ efforts to integrate vertically did not violate the antitrust laws.