White House: Congress must act soon to replenish COVID fundsMarch 06, 2022 10:37:20 AM
Nearly a year after passage of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, the administration says the federal government has nearly used up the money dedicated directly to COVID-19 response.
Beyond the Byline: UnitedHealth Group COVID-19 vaccine reimbursement policy draws congressional investigationFebruary 10, 2022 05:00:00 AM
Modern Healthcare Senior Hospital Operations Reporter Alex Kacik and Insurance Reporter Nona Tepper talk about UnitedHealth Group potentially short-changing pediatricians who were vaccinating children against COVID-19.
Tennessee COVID-19 cases climb to top in the countrySeptember 14, 2021 05:55:42 PM
As of Tuesday, one in every 81 Tennesseans had tested positive for the virus in the past week, according to researchers from Johns Hopkins.
COVID-19 patients strain Indiana hospitals as virus surgesSeptember 08, 2021 05:59:49 PM
Indiana’s rapid surge in coronavirus infections, fueled by the highly contagious delta variant, is again straining hospitals as patient admissions spike to levels not recorded since last winter’s surge.
With no beds, hospitals ship patients to far-off citiesAugust 18, 2021 03:47:32 PM
Many overwhelmed hospitals, with no beds to offer, are putting critically ill COVID-19 patients on planes, helicopters and ambulances and sending them hundreds of miles to far-flung states for treatment.
Records reveal Tennessee's claims for firing vaccine leaderJuly 15, 2021 10:50:47 PM
Tennessee's chief medical officer reasoned that the state's now-fired vaccination leader should be removed partly due to complaints about her leadership approach and how she handled a letter about vaccination rights of minors that incensed some Republican lawmakers, state records show.