Dr. Okiki Louis will assume the role of president of Oscar Medical Group at the end of April, heading the New York-based startup's collection of physician-owned practices, which provide virtual urgent care and primary care.
At an emergency meeting, advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wrestled with the fact that the U.S. has enough alternative shots to vaccinate its population but other countries anxiously awaiting the one-and-done vaccine may not.
A new wave of public health advocacy that is multilingual, culturally sensitive, entertaining and personal is rapidly replacing mundane public service announcements in the battle to stamp out vaccine disinformation circulating in communities of color.
CMS says they will enforce new guidelines to prevent codes from preventing price information from appearing on search engines. The guidelines appear on Github along with examples of file displays compliant with the HHS regulations.
Federal officials announced new measures to help get fresh, new N95 masks to healthcare workers and expand their use in other industries after scientists argued that the highly protective masks are essential to keep workers safe from COVID-19.
New York City startups raised $10.2 billion in venture-capital investment during the first three months of the year, the largest total for any single quarter on record. The top deals focused on the healthcare industry and e-commerce—unsurprising during a pandemic.