Nearing the end of the 2021 calendar year, Congress was under immense pressure concerning the upcoming status of healthcare policies during the public health emergency (PHE) and other COVID-19 flexibilities.
See Past Events: 2021 | 2020 2022 Event Safety Information Every year, members of the healthcare industry from all across the country convene for major events and conferences. These gatherings present networking opportunities and the chance to connect with colleagues. They are also ideal situations to help you discover details about medical innovations and to discuss important news and issues.
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For two long years, the world has been battling the COVID-19 pandemic. The new Omicron variant is a humbling reminder to all that we’re still in the battle. But if the pandemic has shown us anything, it’s how well people can adapt and overcome the most difficult situations.
The novel coronavirus pandemic causing COVID-19 infections to rampage across the planet has caused the healthcare industry to make some major changes. To help patients and medical staff stay socially distant as much as possible to avoid spreading disease, many organizations have adopted telehealth solutions.
Whether you are already a medical industry professional or have an interest in medicine and would like to expand your knowledge, it pays to make maximum use of your time as you learn. Busy people who want to stay on top of healthcare industry developments, innovations, and the latest news may not be able to devote much attention to reading books or journals, let alone watching lengthy documentaries.
It’s all hands on deck when it comes to responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Medical scientists and computer scientists are working toward a common goal to improve how we gather healthcare data and then store and analyze it.
Your doors are open and patients in your community are starting to slowly emerge from sheltering in place. They are tentatively moving toward getting back to normal after the lockdowns instituted during the early days of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Each decision you make in a health care environment can lead to life-or-death consequences. That’s why medical professionals study throughout their career. They have to stay current on best practices. But that’s only part of the picture. They need all the help they can get. This is where clinical decision support becomes a factor.