• Tue. Mar 9th, 2021

ONC has ideas for reducing clinician burden with health IT

Advancements in healthcare information technology have driven progress but also introduced new challenges for providers, say two officials in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.   "As adoption…

Aspire Health Partners upgrades network and adds RPM to handle telehealth needs

Aspire Health Partners in Orlando, Florida, last year was facing two problems: the need for remote monitoring of patients in its inpatient hospital units and the need to upgrade its…

How to stock your pantry like a cooking influencer

It’s a pretty safe bet you’ve been cooking more than usual over the past year. Since most takeout tends to rely on extra butter, sugar, and salt as not-so-secret ingredients…

13 million women in C’bean, Latin America lost jobs during pandemic

News Narissa Fraser 6 Hrs Ago In this file photo apple and grapes vendor Gaitree Doodnath attends to a customer from her stall stall on Charlotte Street. - SUREASH CHOLAI…

4 covid19 cases in 3 days

News Sean Douglas 6 Hrs Ago FOUR more people tested positive for covid19 in the three days from March 4 to 6, said the Ministry of Health's latest update on…

Mass testing, mask wearing help Detroit slow virus’ pace

Yvonne Gibbs, 72, receives Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, Jan. 27, 2021, at the TCF Center in Detroit. COVID-19 hit Detroit hard. But fast action by city leaders early in the pandemic…

UK schools to reopen, backed by frequent virus testing

by Kelvin Chan An empty classroom at Great Academy Ashton, as the school prepares for its reopening on March 8 after the latest lockdown curb the spread of coronavirus, in…

Virus reaches previously COVID-free New Caledonia

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The remote Pacific territory of New Caledonia, one of the few places on the planet to have avoided COVID-19, is to go into strict lockdown after…

Tracking the plague in DR Congo

Already battling COVID-19 and a renewed Ebola outbreak, DR Congo is also home to one of the world's oldest sites of the plague—and there are signs that the disease may…

Global players brainstorm to boost COVID vaccine output

The WHO has warned that the pandemic will not end unless poor countries can keep up with accelerating mass vaccination campaigns Global players are gathering online from Monday to brainstorm…