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Human Rights Expert Calls for Restoration of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Lost During COVID |

“Millions of women around the world had little or no access to maternal and newborn health care., about 14 million…

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Violation of the recruitment regime of BCBSA executives

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association continued its executive recruitment on Tuesday, announcing that Dr. Adam Myers had joined the…

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‘They treat me like old and stupid’: older people condemn age bias of healthcare providers

Joan Whitney, 84, a retired assistant professor of clinical pharmacy at the University of California, San Francisco, often feels discounted…

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5 facts about Ensemble Health Partners’ IPO plans

On Tuesday, financial cycle outsourcing company Ensemble Health Partners revealed new details of its planned initial public offering. Here are…

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U.S. Department of Labor warns 3 GOP states of COVID regulations

On Tuesday, the Biden administration threatened to strip three Republican-controlled states of their right to exercise their own workplace safety,…

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How UnitedHealth, Aetna and Centene are addressing the challenge of virtual first aid

Insurance companies are betting heavily on people continuing to use virtual assistance after the pandemic, with UnitedHealth Group, Centene Corp.…

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UN-sponsored show demonstrates the life-saving benefits of ‘educational fun’ in South Africa |

A new report from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine shows that after watching the episodes, young people…

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Pediatric Teams Declare ‘National Mental Health Emergency’

Leading pediatric health organizations warn that the surge in behavioral health problems among children since the start of the pandemic…

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Supplier Assistance Fund reporting to continue after COVID-19 emergency

The Office of Health Resources and Services is making arrangements to continue collecting information on aid fund spending from providers…

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The rise in health care prices lags behind inflation

Medical prices have risen more slowly than economy-wide prices since mid-summer, economists describe the trend in a new report as…

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