Category: COVID-19

Another Covid-19 Concern: Vaccines Can Have Potential Side Effects

Covid-19 vaccines are likely to make their recipients feel a little lousy and lethargic for a couple of days, according to reports. Repeat the vaccination routine after 3 to 4 weeks. The vaccines, as we know, require 2 doses to give strong protection. Shots are to be given few weeks apart, according to respective brands. […]

Radiologic Technologists Suffering From Lower Morale, Happiness during Pandemic

In today’s modern world, the medical system is unthinkable without its imaging staff. Radiology plays a crucial role in every step of treatment. Be it the correct diagnoses of the disease or its management, physicians constantly take the help of radiologists to render the proper treatment. Even amidst the Covid-19, chest radiographs are proving extremely […]

Medical School Applications Skyrocketing, Propelled By COVID-19 and the ‘Fauci Effect’

Epidemics and pandemics have always been an inalienable part of human history. The recent novel Coronavirus pandemic has once again exposed the inadequacy of medical facilities all over the world. At present, the world is experiencing its second year of pandemic, and the health care system is already on the verge of breaking. With rising […]

RadNet Witnesses ‘Considerable’ Rebound from Pandemic Distress in Q3, With Revenues up by 53%

RadNet Inc. witnessed a ‘considerable’ rebound in its financial health during its third quarter, as revenues soared up as high as 53% compared to the past three months, as per official reports. RadNet Inc. is an imaging giant based in Los Angeles. The company recorded almost $292 million in revenue during its third quarter (Q3) […]

50 Multi-parties US Senators Express Support To Stop Pay Cuts On Medicare for Radiologists

The Covid-19 pandemic is perhaps one of the worst crises that the world has experienced in the modern era. While the situation has been tough on every front, the medical system especially has been stretched to its absolute limits. Medical professionals are working tirelessly to meet the needs of the patients that far exceed their […]

Lockdown Has Filled Many People, According to Reports from Scott Atlas, Radiologist & White House Covid Advisor

Controversial White House’s coronavirus advisor and radiologist. Dr. Scott Atlas, targeted Dr. Anthony Fauci, and labeled the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as a “political animal” and dismissed the idea of additional coronavirus lockdowns in America. Appointed by President Donald Trump back in August 2020, Atlas made remarks during his […]

HHS Delays Dates for Compliance Citing Information-Blocking Rules, Officially

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) of the HHS published its interim concluding rule procrastinating compliance dates crucial to meet the information-blocking as well as health IT regulations till 2021, announced the federal agency. This move extends provisions for information blocking as well as compliance deadlines until April 5. In addition, […]

A Sizeable Chunk Of Healthcare Workforce Decides To Continue To Work Past 67 Years of Age

Approximately half of all employees in the healthcare sector decided to continue to work into the late 60s and beyond, revealed a survey report released by the TIAA Institute, Manhattan, on October 21, 2020. Healthcare professionals steeling for postretirement-age labor includes physicians, surgeons, registered nurses, and even other professionals in the medical field, administrative and […]

ACR Declares Delay Likely for Interoperability Rules as Starting in November is Infeasible

The American College of Radiology declared that the federal government shall probably delay enforcing two of the latest interoperability rules because of the prolonged covid-19 pandemic. National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and HHS finalized some rules in March 2020, circling November to be the earliest date possible for the enforcement. In part, the date […]

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