Healthcare organizations are looking for new uses for virtual health technology

The virtual health revolution has spread over the past few years, notably through generational shifting events such as the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever, health care leaders, organizations, and policy makers see the value of virtual health, both in terms of patient convenience and experience, and the cost savings that virtual health can provide … Read more

Europe’s anti-American itch – Politico

Click play to listen to this article expressed by artificial intelligence. BERLIN – It’s getting cold in Europe, and so is the economy cisterns And the citizens get it Insomnia. There is only one answer: Blame America. Signaling across the Atlantic has long been a favorite diversionary tactic for Europe’s political elites when things start … Read more

JP Morgan is betting big on the future of healthcare

JP Morgan is a core financial institution with investments and interests in all sectors around the world. In healthcare, the company made headlines just a few years ago for its innovative partnership with Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway in launching Haven, a joint venture to improve healthcare costs and the care experience for patients. Renowned surgeon … Read more

Inflation is declining. Here’s what that means for your annual salary increase

Physics | istock | Getty Images Inflation and annual wages are not in a one-to-one relationship. This became apparent to many workers last year when annual merit increases in salaries and wages were nowhere near the highest levels of inflation in four decades. Many employees stuck, even as wages increased by more than has been … Read more

Holiday shopping begins as inflationary sentiment drops

NEW YORK (AP) — While Black Friday will mark a return to familiar holiday shopping patterns, uncertainty remains. The US labor market remains strong, consumer spending is resilient and inflation is slowing. But higher prices for food, rent, gasoline and other household costs have weighed on shoppers. As a result, many are reluctant to spend … Read more

There is no win-win situation in a fragmented world

Singapore’s education minister, Chan Chun Sing, said in his keynote address at the Morgan Stanley Asia-Pacific Summit in Singapore on Wednesday that Singapore will not take sides in geopolitical disputes and will instead take positions in support of the rule of law. He said the world must remain interconnected despite the pressures of disintegration, because … Read more

Why Egg Prices Are Going Up – But Chicken Prices Are Falling

A shopper checks a carton of eggs at a grocery store in San Francisco on May 2, 2022. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Which (price change) came first, the chicken or the egg? Grocery prices It is growing at its fastest rate in decades – Nothing more than eggs. However, chicken prices … Read more

How will inflation affect voters’ decisions in the midterm elections?

The economy is a major issue heading into the midterm elections, with a New York Times/Siena poll showing that 44% of voters reported inflation and the economy as the most important problem facing the country. This means that it will play a role in the voting booth, but how much more remains to be seen … Read more

White House gets ‘Goldilocks’ jobs report as they look to offset the economy

CNN – As White House officials prepare for the latest jobs report ahead of the midterm elections due to be released Friday morning, the last thing they want to see is the explosive employment number. It is the political paradox that overshadowed the last major A piece of economic data before Election Day – One … Read more