This week’s Friday Five is brought to us courtesy of Liz Szabo from Kaiser Health News. Szabo explains why it is important to continue to wear a mask even after you have received the covid vaccine.
This week’s Friday Five highlights five such episodes that should not be missed. From ONC attorneys discussing the 21st Cures Act Interim Final Rule, reflections on 2020 – a year like no other, debates on blogs and websites, to predictions for what is to come in 2021, we have a little something for everyone.
This week’s Friday Five offers a summary by ONC’s Steven Posnack and Stephen Konya of what appeared to be the top five key takeaways or “themes” from a recent ONC virtual event, Accelerating APIs in Healthcare: A Year in Review and Momentum for 2021.
This week’s Friday Five focuses on the latest news concerning personal protection equipment, PPE.
No one deserves more happiness and love in their lives this year than our healthcare workers and nurses. This week’s Friday Five offers some great gift ideas, worthy foundations and charities to which you can donate and a delicious meal service for anyone looking for healthy way to shed a few pounds.
November was a busy month at HealthcareNOW Radio and this week’s Friday Five pulls together what we’ve been working on from spotlighting American Diabetes Month and The Great American Smokeout to the latest in COVID-19 news and health IT products.
November is American Diabetes Month, a time to learn the latest about the disease, help spread awareness and research what you can do to help join the fight to find a cure. We look back at what organizations are doing to spread awareness this past month, how you can get involved, and what having diabetes in the age of COVID-19 means.
Brought to us by HealthMyne, a pioneer in applied radiomics, this week’s Friday Five identifies five benefits radiomics brings to the fight against lung cancer. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
This week, Matrix Medical Network celebrates Nurse Practitioner Week with these five facts you should know. NPs are at the front lines helping to diagnose and treat COVID-19 patients in primary, specialty, acute and long-term care settings. Thank you to all NPs!