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“I’m almost at a loss for words at how amazing it is and how exciting,” said Dr. David Gifford, the chief medical officer for the American Health Care Association. (via @nytimes )

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According to the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL), 90% of US nursing homes are operating at a loss.

About 50% of long-term care staff members have been hesitant to get vaccinated, according to the American Health Care Association.

About half of long-term care staff members have been hesitant to get vaccinated, according to the American Health Care Association.

About 50% of long-term care staff members have been hesitant to get vaccinated, according to the American Health Care Association.

The survey conducted by American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) found two-thirds of nursing homes are in jeopardy of closing given current operating pace due to increased COVID costs.

A recent survey by American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living of 953 nursing home providers across the country found 66% said they won’t make it another year given the impact of higher COVID-19 costs.

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CEO Mark Parkinson with the American Health Care Association says nursing home residents could receive their first dose of the vaccine by the end of the month.

With the Covid-19 surge straining America's health care system, the 911 emergency call system has been stretched to "the breaking point," the American Ambulance Association says

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The American Medical Association has recognized racism as a public health threat — calling out police violence & unconscious bias in health care. Studies show: - 70% Black Americans feel treated unfairly in health care - Black children 2x more likely to die from common surgeries

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American Association of Nurse Practitioners: “... all health care providers urgently need personal protection equipment, such as masks and gowns to ensure their safety and that of all health care providers treating patients with COVID-19.”

Anxiety about global warming has become such a concern that the American Psychological Association created a 69-page climate-change guide to help mental health care providers.

The Trump administration's proposed rule change to Title X funding would restrict health care access, hurting millions of American women. Grateful to the American Medical Association, & the 21 states leading the charge to stop this harmful change:

“It poses a serious threat to patients' care, especially those that need coverage for illnesses or pre-existing conditions." The bottom line of what the American Nurses Association say about President Trump’s health care agenda? "Patients deserve better."

American Nurses Association joins doctors and hospitals coming out against GOP health care bill

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JUST IN -- American Medical Association opposes Senate GOP health care bill, says it violates "do no harm" standard "on many levels.”

The health care bill is "dangerous, deadly and deeply flawed," says director of American Public Health Association.

American Nurses Association joins doctors and hospitals coming out against GOP health care bill

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American Nurses Association joins doctors and hospitals coming out against GOP health care bill

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