Not enough beds and not enough doctors: A skyrocketing coronavirus caseload is pushing hospitals in the Balkans to the cusp of collapse, in chaotic scenes reminding some medics of the region's 1990s wars.
More than 1,400 Irish nursing home health care workers were infected with COVID-19 while working in facilities where clusters of the disease have been identified, new figures showed. This is more than double the number of health care workers who fell ill as a result of clusters in the state’s hospitals.
Governments must boost spending on primary health care by at least an additional one percent of their gross domestic product to widen coverage and stop impoverishing patients, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday.
Governments must boost spending on primary health care by at least an additional one percent of their gross domestic product to widen coverage and stop impoverishing patients, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.
US Senator Bernie Sanders, who has announced he is running for president again in the 2020 elections, has said that "thousands of people will literally die" if President Donald Trump can successfully dismantle the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
As Republicans on Capitol Hill grapple with President Donald Trump's decision to thrust health care back onto their agenda, many are looking to the White House for guidance on a plan. But the White House doesn't have one, and aides are suggesting it could be up to Congress to determine what would replace the Affordable Care Act should the courts strike down the law.
China will advance poverty alleviation in health care and ensure all medical institutions at county, township and village levels in impoverished areas reach set standards by 2020, according to the National Health Commission.
Children’s services from Sure Start to schools and NHS mental health are at breaking point, according to a coalition of 120 organizations that have called on the chancellor to invest in young people in the budget next week.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he had called the top Senate Democrat to probe interest in working on a “great” health care bill to replace Obamacare, after his fellow Republicans’ failed attempts to roll back the law.