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COVID-19: HHS unveils $4 billion in healthcare provider relief payments

July 13, 2020

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is providing money to safety net hospitals, and certain rural care providers and providers in small metropolitan areas.

Ultra-widefield imaging can enhance efficiency for practices

July 13, 2020

Physicians can discover, diagnose, document, treat diseases that might go undetected

Glaucoma 360: Accessible glaucoma care in 1 second (BELKIN Laser)

July 12, 2020

ICYMI: Daria Lemann Blumenthal, CEO of BELKIN Laser, Ltd., discusses the company's current initiative of developing an automated one-second laser therapy for glaucoma called direct selective laser trabeculoplasty (DSLT).

COVID-19: Smart thermometer shows real-time changes in fever levels

July 11, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a smart thermometer has become a valuable tool in detecting coronavirus hotspots.

COVID-19 mutations: A more efficient virus

July 10, 2020

While the spikes that are characteristic of COVID-19 are well-documented, researchers have detected a subtle change from the onset of the pandemic in January to May, when the virus ultimately engulfed New York City.

Strategies for coping with physician depression during COVID-19

July 07, 2020

Medical practitioners face emotional burden, other hurdles from pandemic

AMA, AHA, ANA issue open letter urging Americans to wear masks to slow spread of coronavirus

July 06, 2020

The American Medical Association, American Hospital Association and American Nurses Association on Monday urged Americans to wear a mask and practice social distancing in an effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Getting it right: There is no magic bullet for IOL calculations

July 06, 2020

Patient expectations continue to push clinicians to look at optimal ways to arrive at the best IOLs.

Getting a grip on the coronavirus Down Under

July 02, 2020

In Australia, residents of suburbs of the city of Melbourne that are considered COVID-19 hot spots are being visited in their homes by authorities

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth patient satisfaction high, could drive future access

July 01, 2020

In a new survey by medical software provider Kyruus, nearly three quarters had tried virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic and more than 75 percent said they were very or completely satisfied with their experience.