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1) FDA investigates deaths linked to potentially contaminated endoscopes

Cystoscopes, ureteroscopes and cystourethroscopes from Olympus and Karl Storz under scrutiny

2) Bipartisan committee asks HHS to enforce Hospital Price Transparency Final Rule

Large number of hospitals not complying with rule, making it difficult for consumers to see charges

3) St. Jude to invest $11.5 billion in worldwide pediatric care

Will develop new treatments and create new research areas for cancer and other pediatric catastrophic diseases

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Sensyne Health, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust sign strategic research agreement
December 03, 2021
AMA - Administration plan will expand opportunities for COVID-19 vaccinations and testing
December 03, 2021
Matrox Imaging announces new version of flowchart-based vision software
December 03, 2021
Greater Good Health launches primary care model centered around nurse practitioners
December 03, 2021
Precise new form of brain surgery requires no incisions, scalpels
December 03, 2021
Ontario Institute for Cancer Research announces funding for sixteen studies that support early detection of cancer
December 03, 2021
Racial disparities and facility access in mammography recovery after COVID-19 closures
December 03, 2021
Medicare spending on physician services declined $13.9 billion in 2020
December 03, 2021
Penn State Health Medical Group, AHN partner to meet demand for imaging studies
December 03, 2021
Playback Health, Northwell Health sign deal to launch patient engagement platform at clinical sites across health system
December 03, 2021

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Highlighting the pandemic's emotional cost to 'superhero' staff at RSNA
Burnout rates as high as 76% in some localities, up from 44% in 2017
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Investigating medical device incidents do's and don'ts
Can avoid unwanted lawsuits, prevent future incidents, save on costs and time
Missouri hospital equips hundreds of workers with panic buttons
Meant to be used when assaulted or attacked by patients
Outsourcing clinical services may decrease quality of care, hike up expenses
Many outsourcing firms driven by profits, can affect quality of care for patients
FDA labels recall of Philips' V60 and V60 Plus ventilators as Class One
Reduces oxygen flow to patients in certain situations
VA makes vaccine mandatory for its healthcare workers
First federal agency to mandate vaccinations
FDA puts out new guidance on assessing device safety in MR environments
Includes information on device labeling, addressing hazards, induced heating and artifacts
Lessons learned from COVID-19: Three priorities for where we go next in healthcare
Insights from Peter Ziese, head of clinical innovation and strategy at Philips
St. Jude to invest $11.5 billion in worldwide pediatric care
Will develop new treatments and create new research areas for cancer and other pediatric catastrophic diseases
Bipartisan committee asks HHS to enforce Hospital Price Transparency Final Rule
Large number of hospitals not complying with rule, making it difficult for consumers to see charges
Hospital worker saves physicians from wearing tens of thousands of faulty masks
The 30,000 masks came from an unauthorized third party
FDA investigates deaths linked to potentially contaminated endoscopes
Cystoscopes, ureteroscopes and cystourethroscopes from Olympus and Karl Storz under scrutiny
Community poses greater risk of infecting medical personnel with COVID-19 than hospitals
Known exposure to someone from the general public who tested positive is key factor
How perfect storms sometimes create perfect opportunities
Looking at the silver lining in COVID-19
Low-value care spending drops marginally, despite best efforts
Patients are at risk of serious harm from services that offer no clinical benefit
Rethinking patient discharge to reduce nursing home rehospitalizations
Using Project RED, University of Missouri researchers improve outcomes
Medical errors are still killing patients in the U.S, let's talk about it
Insights from Dr. Doron Besser, CEO of ENvizion
BU researchers indicate need to address adverse event risks in interventional radiology
Many adverse events in interventional radiology are preventable