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5 takeaways from discussion with state and federal health officials on pandemic response

5 takeaways from discussion with state and federal health officials on pandemic response

At an event hosted by the nonprofit think tank Public Policy Institute of California, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra and California HHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly gave their point of view on where the nation and state stand with COVID-19 and what comes next for the pandemic response. The two leaders …

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California aims to maximize health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes

California aims to maximize health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes

By Annie Sciacca This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company revoked the health coverage of hundreds of United Steelworkers Local 5 members at the refinery in Richmond, Calif., during a strike that ultimately lasted two months. . Thousands of Stanford Health Care nurses were told in April that they would lose their health insurance …

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Is RCP still relevant in the digital age?

Post-pandemic, we’ve been forced to rethink how drug information is disseminated and consumed For many years, the SmPC (summary of product characteristics) has been used as a drug information document approved by health authorities for healthcare professionals (HCP) on how to use medicines safely. and efficient. But with a plethora of information now available in …

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