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Patients with COVID-19 and cancer more than twice as likely to die

Multinational initiative derived information from more than 900 patients

What could we have done differently? PPE supply chain lessons from COVID-19

Leaders share insights on shortages faced by healthcare providers and the lessons they hope the industry will take away

Kaiser Permanente data sheds light on COVID-19 hospitalizations

More than 40% of patients admitted to ICU

Four-way $1.1 billion hospital merger cancelled due to lack of funding

Would have included construction of a new hospital

US hospital operating margins plummet 282%, says new study

Surgery volumes declined the most, due to delays of non-urgent procedures

Imaging volumes across patient settings and imaging modalities on steep decline

Scans decreased by 28% at Northwell Health in New York over 7-week period

US hospital incorporates drone transportation as part of COVID-19 response

Novant Health uses Zipline drones to deliver PPE and other medical supplies to frontline workers

Another healthcare partnership ends amid coronavirus

Beaumont Health and Summa Health are calling it off

PETNET Solutions and Zionexa get approval for breast cancer-specific PET imaging agent

Cerianna is the first FDA approved F-18 oncology PET agent since 2016

US government, private sector in talks to establish pandemic supply base

Creating a 'transparent organizing mechanism' for manufacturing and distributing supplies in future crises

US intervenes in false claims suit against radiologist and imaging practice

Accused of submitting claims for unsupervised procedures