Over the hump? Florida nursing homes seeing higher vaccination numbers and lower case counts
Ethan Kispert | Nov 11, 2021 | Florida
H.R. 5221, known as the Urban Indian Health Confer Act, passed in the US House on Nov. 2 by a vote of 406 to 17 and has been referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs following two readings in the Senate. The bill, co-sponsored by Alaska Congressman Don
A report from the Oregon Center for Nursing (OCN), finds that workplace culture is a significant factor in dictating whether registered nurses or other medical professionals stick with their jobs. The report details how COVID-19 acted as a “shock” factor and contributed to increasing nurse turnover rates. OCN
Six Oregon legislators sat down this week to discuss health care in the state and what their health policy priorities will be heading into the next legislative session, which will convene on Feb. 1, 2022. Sen. James Manning Jr. (D - Eugene), a member of the Joint Task
In September we highlighted some of the health-related bills that Florida legislators have pre-filed ahead of the next legislative session. In this piece, we have a round-up of health legislation pre-filed in October. SB 678 - Payment caps for insulin drugs: SB 678, a bill sponsored by Sen. Janet
Florida’s House Health and Human Services Committee held an interim committee hearing on Oct. 19 to address health care staffing challenges facing the state. Of primary concern for several of the health officials that participated in the meeting was inadequate staff pay, the workforce pipeline, and regulatory roadblocks.
Senator Tom Begich (D-Anchorage) is the senate minority leader and also a member of the Senate Health and Social Services Committee for the state of Alaska. Begich recently spoke with State of Reform about health care in 2021, and what he’s keeping his eye on for the next legislative session