With 18% of healthcare workers having left their jobs and another 12% being laid off, what are the solutions for healthcare as a whole? You can’t open a paper, magazine, or watch news and not hear about the crisis that has evolved. This is our Talent Tuesday Workforce edition.Read More
The HHS through HRSA announced the availability of nearly $90 million in American Rescue Plan funding to support new data-driven efforts for HRSA Health Center Program-supported health centers and look-alikes (HRSA-designated health centers) to identify and reduce health disparities.
Our monthly roundup of surveys and reports from around the industry. This month, HIMSS Cybersecurity Report, caregiver fatigue, the nursing workforce, millennials and insurance, and SaaS adoption.
Our monthly roundup of surveys and reports from around the industry. This month, children’s mental health, ACA proving a reduction in uninsured black Americans, and people are willing to open their data if it leads to a better experience.
HRSA awarded nearly $55 million to 29 HRSA-funded health centers to increase health care access and quality for underserved populations through virtual care such as telehealth, remote patient monitoring, digital patient tools, and health information technology platforms.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration, is making more than $2 billion in Provider Relief Fund Phase 4 General Distribution payments to more than 7,600 providers across the country this week.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration, announced the distribution of approximately $9 billion in Provider Relief Fund Phase 4 payments to health care providers who have experienced revenue losses and expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The HHS awarded nearly $1 billion in American Rescue Plan funding to nearly 1,300 HRSA Health Center Program-funded health centers in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories to support major health care construction and renovation projects.
As part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biden-Harris Administration is providing $121 million to support the work of trusted community-based efforts to increase vaccinations in underserved communities.