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Governor Signs Bipartisan Bill to Bolster Colorado’s Behavioral Health Care Workforce

Governor Jared Polis yesterday signed into law a bipartisan bill that will help bolster Colorado’s critical behavioral health care workforce. SB22-181, championed by Senators Jeff Bridges, D-Greenwood Village, and Cleave…

DeSantis moves to ban transition care for transgender youths, Medicaid recipients

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration Thursday asked the state board regulating doctors to essentially ban transition-related care for transgender minors, according to a letter obtained by NBC News. The state…

Checking the pulse of Florida health care news and policy

Welcome back to Diagnosis, a vertical that focuses on the crossroads of health care policy and politics. Memorial Day is just around the corner. It’s the kickoff of the Summer…

Nurses on Reddit are fighting for a better health care system

Danielle loved being a nurse. She thrived at her job. But when COVID-19 struck her home state of Washington, her career changed irrevocably. Caseloads quadrupled. Deaths spiked. Her mental health…

Governor Mills Tours MaineGeneral Health’s Alzheimer’s Care Center, Promotes Maine Jobs & Recovery Plan Grant Program to Make Respite Care More Affordable for Caregivers Across Maine

Governor also takes walking tour of downtown Hallowell, visiting businesses and meeting with business owners as she continues her travels across Maine  KENNEBEC COUNTY – Governor Janet Mills today toured MaineGeneral…

Adverse reactions to facemasks in health care workers

Introduction The new coronavirus creates a challenging environment for all frontline health-care workers (HCWs). To reduce the exposure of human populations to life-threatening diseases, personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential.1…

Fully vaccinated staff can halt the spread of COVID-19 in Minnesota’s long-term care facilities

In 2020, residents of long-term care (LTC) facilities accounted for 23% of Minnesota’s total COVID-19 cases and experienced 81% of total COVID-19-related deaths. More than $150 million has been spent…

COVID-19 Vaccination Rates Among Nursing Home Staff Have Risen by 25 Percentage Points Since the Biden Administration Announced a Vaccination Mandate for Health Care Workers Last Year

In a new analysis, KFF researchers find that COVID-19 vaccination rates among nursing home staff increased by 25 percentage points nationally (63% to 88%) from when the Biden administration announced…

EDITORIAL: Trudeau’s job is to fix our health care

Breadcrumb Trail Links Editorials Publishing date: May 06, 2022  •  May 6, 2022  •  2 minute read  •  23 Comments Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at the National Culture Summit…

U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Introduces bill to protect health care professionals from workplace violence

Legislation creates standards requiring health care and social service employers to implement workplace violence prevention plan and protect employees from violent incidents WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the nation celebrates National…