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Biosafety Labs, Public Safety, and Politics

Bill of Health

By Barbara Pfeffer Billauer On May 25, 2023 , merely six weeks before the Wuhan Biosafety lab lost its NIH funding amid the controversy of possible lab leaks and connection with COVID-19, the United States proudly opened the doors of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF), the 14th biosafety level 4 lab in the U.S.,

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Trust Is a Key Social Currency for COVID-Embattled Consumers

Health Populi

Combine these new life-flows with conflicting information about the nature, severity, and life-span of COVID-19: From three levels of government leaders: The President and the Executive Branch at the Federal Level, Governors of States, and Mayors of cities; Public health agencies, especially the U.S. Press Ganey asks.


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July 2022 Semi-Annual Health IT Market Review

HIT Consultant

Act III of COVID: Navigating the Crosscurrents of Post-Inflation. Since 2008, the US economy functioned with remarkably low inflation and interest rates. Act I: Pre-COVID (Pre-2020) Act II: Post-COVID (2020 – 2021) Act III: Post-Inflation (2022 – ?). Executive Summary. HGP Facts and Analytics.

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What an eventual end to the PHE would mean for telehealth

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Since the COVID-19 public health emergency was declared in 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services has renewed the legislation every 90 days. There has been mounting pressure from the Republican Party, including a September 19 letter from Sen. What's at stake.