Will the COVID-19 Pandemic (Finally) Spur a Wave of Action on Men’s Health?

The COVID-19 pandemic may catalyze efforts to address the issues that have made the crisis especially deadly for men.

COVID-19 Pushes Mental Illness to the Forefront

By the end of 2020, more than 40% of U.S. adults reported symptoms of anxiety and/or depression resulting from the coronavirus pandemic — up 11% from 2019.

COVID-19: A 12-Month Retrospective

A 30,000-foot look at where we’ve been, where we are now and what the future may hold

MIS-C May Pose Lasting Effects on a Child’s Heart

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition that causes widespread inflammation to a child’s vital organ systems, including the cardiovascular system.

According to the CDC’s October 2020 statistics:


Number of confirmed MIS-C cases in 44 states...

Guidelines for Safely Reopening Your Practice

By following key guidelines, physicians can confidently welcome patients back.

Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions Move Forward

While the COVID-19 outbreak has had a significant effect on hospitals’ earnings, healthcare merger and acquisition activity keeps steady, declining only slightly from the previous year’s quarter.

Medical Office Leasing in the COVID-19 Era

New leasing is down, but the overall prognosis is positive.

Will Telemedicine Kill Off Medical Office Space?

It’s unlikely, according to a new study.

Charitable Care in the Age of COVID-19

Clinics and organizations are struggling to serve patients as coronavirus cases rise and the number of people with health insurance declines.

Immigration Suspensions and the American Medical Community

Medical students and professionals may be granted special concessions to study and work in the United States.