Tag Archives: Covid19

Women’s Health Re-shaped by COVID-19

While women continue to outlive men in the U.S. in terms of life expectancy, the COVID-19 pandemic revealed continued healthcare access, physical and mental health disparities, and economic inequities for women in America. I addressed the changing state of post-pandemic women’s health in my latest contribution to the Medecision Liberation blog. This first graphic illustrates… Read More »

Florida hospital reports Colombian COVID-19 variant increase: What to know

In Florida, where COVID-19 community transmission is ranked high by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), researchers say a new variant that originated in Colombia is popping up in sequencing testing. One hospital official told Local10.com that the spread is likely due to travel between Colombia and Miami.  CLICK HERE TO FIND A… Read More »

Cancer Centers Rebounding From COVID-19 Can Grow By Making the Most of New Technologies for Clinical Trials

For community cancer centers that rely on patient reimbursement to stay afloat, a smart data-driven approach to clinical trials provides a foundation for future growth. Brenda Noggy Dr. Tandy Tipps By TANDY TIPPS and BRENDA NOGGY Covid-19’s tragic, devastating impact on cancer treatment is now well documented. Cancer screenings dropped by almost 90 percent at… Read More »

FDA ordered Johnson & Johnson to throw out 60 million COVID-19 vaccine doses

FDA orders Johnson & Johnson to throw out 60 million Covid vaccine doses worth $ 600 MILLION at troubled Baltimore plant that had several violations in major blow to countries facing shortages of shots The FDA has ordered 60 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine to be discarded on Friday The shots were… Read More »