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Details: Oklahoma City, OK Health News | oklahoman.com. News. Health. Veterans voice conflicting emotions on 20th 9/11 anniversary. Everyone wonders if vaccine mandate is legal as political debate rages What you should know about the vaccine mandate New program provides work and resources for OKC’s homeless Your home made simple Where are COVID

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Oklahoma Health News, Medical Studies, Research

Details: Health Continuing Coverage. Get daily health updates from Oklahoma's most trusted news source and largest newsroom in the state – The Oklahoman. Health - Continuing Coverage is brought to you by Integris – For you. For health. For life. Health.

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Local program can help Oklahomans make better wellness choices

Details: 12 hours ago · To help people shed those extra pounds, the Oklahoma City-County Health Department has a free program, Total Wellness, teaching residents how to lose weight and live better. The Total Wellness classes meet one hour a week for eight weeks with daytime, evening and Saturday class options, gathering either virtually or in person.

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Oklahoma Health Department launches in-school COVID-19

Details: 2 days ago · Oklahoma school districts will be able to opt into a program to provide free, in-school COVID-19 testing, the state Health Department announced Thursday. The program launched this week in partnership with the state Department of Education and is …

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Every person who roots for Oklahoma should see Medicaid

Details: 12 hours ago · The bill, according to its authors, was an attempt by the Legislature to implement some protections after the Health Care Authority illegally awarded $2 billion in contracts to insurance companies to run our state’s expanded Medicaid program.

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Oklahoma health systems beg more people to get COVID

Details: Four Oklahoma health systems came together Tuesday to beg Oklahomans to get vaccinated and wear masks as hospitals are being crushed under the strain of the latest COVID-19 surge. Representatives from OU Health, SSM Health, Integris Health and Mercy painted a grim picture of what’s going on

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Oklahoma Health Department to resume reporting hospital

Details: The Oklahoma Health Department will begin reporting hospital capacity data again as hospitals are struggling with an influx of patients during the state's latest COVID-19 surge. The Oklahoma Hospital Association recently completed a survey of hospitals across the state to give health leaders a

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On NYC's front lines, health workers worry they will be next

Details: MAR 27, 2020 - NEW YORK (AP) — A nurse died from coronavirus after working nonstop for weeks at a hospital where staffers frustrated with dwindling supplies posed in gowns made of trash bags. An emergency room doctor fears he had the virus long before getting too sick to work. Another nurse worries the lone mask she’s issued each day won’t be enough to protect her from an unending …

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'Cacophony of coughing': Inside NYC's virus-besieged ERs

Details: MAR 24, 2020 - NEW YORK (AP) — A “cacophony of coughing” in packed emergency rooms. Beds squeezed in wherever there is space. Overworked, sleep-deprived doctors and nurses rationed to one face mask a day and wracked by worry about a dwindling number of available ventilators.Such is the reality inside New York City’s hospitals, which have become the war-zone-like …

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'Stories of Inspiration': Oklahoma United Methodists will

Details: JUL 15, 2021 - Morgan Grizzle headed to New York on a mission. As an Oklahoma City University graduate who works as a travel nurse, she volunteered her services at a New York City hospital that was overwhelmed due to the COVID-19 crisis. Her story will be among those told in "Hope for the Heartland: Stories of Inspiration from the United Methodist Church." The 30-minute special is …

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Oklahoma health leaders warn of COVID case

Details: Health leaders with the Healthier Oklahoma Coalition on Tuesday renewed calls for an emergency order from the governor, which would allow hospitals the flexibility to expand capacity and adapt to an impending wave of COVID-19 patients. It also would give school districts the …

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How does the vaccine mandate work

Details: Some federal health workers, including those who work for the Veterans Affairs Department, already must get vaccinated. Members of the U.S. military are also required to have a dose of COVID-19 vaccine. More:Legal arguments, workplace disruptions feared as side effects of Biden's vaccine mandate. Does it apply to federal contractors? Yes.

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COVID-19 Hospital Capacity of JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH

Details: The data, which comes for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, updates weekly. Hospital Bed Occupancy by Date. 7 Day Avg. of Bed Occupancy: 7 Day Avg. of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients. Patients currently hospitalized in an inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include those in observation beds.

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COVID-19 Hospital Capacity of PELLA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER

Details: The data, which comes for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, updates weekly. Hospital Bed Occupancy by Date. 7 Day Avg. of Bed Occupancy: 7 Day Avg. of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients. Patients currently hospitalized in an inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include those in observation beds.

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COVID-19 in Oklahoma: Hospital capacity figures from OKC

Details: The state Health Department has also resumed releasing daily hospital capacity reports that use data hospitals report to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.. The Health Department's latest report Wednesday showed 76 ICU beds were available across the state, including 32 in the Oklahoma City area.

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COVID-19 Hospital Capacity of OTTUMWA REGIONAL HEALTH

Details: The data, which comes for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, updates weekly. Hospital Bed Occupancy by Date. 7 Day Avg. of Bed Occupancy: 7 Day Avg. of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients. Patients currently hospitalized in an inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include those in observation beds.

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Oklahoma Health Department enacts emergency rules as COVID

Details: The declaration gave the state additional flexibility to respond to the pandemic quickly without being hamstrung by bureaucratic processes. More:CDC says almost all of Oklahoma should be masking again; top state official says it’s a ‘personal choice’ In recent weeks, Health Department officials combed through the governor's executive orders pertaining to the pandemic and put items

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Despite opposition, Health Care Authority moves forward

Details: Despite opposition, Health Care Authority moves forward with $2B plan to privatize Medicaid. A split Oklahoma Health Care Authority board on Tuesday signed off on plans for the agency to spend up to $2.2 billion to privatize the state’s Medicaid program. After a lengthy debate where efforts to table the controversial agenda items failed, the

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OU Health launches programs to boost nursing workforce

Details: OU Health announced several new initiatives Monday aimed at strengthening the state's nursing workforce amid a shortage of nurses in Oklahoma and nationwide. Among the new initiatives is a weekend nursing program, which will pay nurses for 72 hours of work if they commit to four 12-hour weekend shifts over two weeks, which they can also choose

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Savvy Senior: Does Medicare cover home health care

Details: My husband has a chronic health condition that makes it very difficult for him to leave the house, so I’m wondering if he could qualify for Medicare home health care. — Seeking Help DEAR SEEKING: Medicare covers a wide variety of part-time or intermittent in-home health care services to beneficiaries in need, if they meet Medicare’s criteria.

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Oklahoma COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Hospital Capacity

Details: The colored icons on the map below indicate the hospital’s bed occupancy, but do not represent local hospitals surge plans to accommodate more patients. Click on an icon to see a pop-up with more detailed information. The data, which comes for the U.S. Department of Health and …

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COVID-19 Hospital Capacity of TEXAS HEALTH HUGULEY

Details: wise health system short term 3200 north tarrant parkway, fort worth, tx: 39.7: 17.5%: 6.3 of 36.0 beds used: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: 219: 367: kindred hospital fort worth- mansfield long term 1802 highway 157 north, mansfield, tx: 6.6: 97.0%: 6.4 of 6.6 beds used: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: texas health harris methodist hospital

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Nearly 1,000 deaths added to Oklahoma's COVID-19 toll

Details: COVID-19 deaths have mounted in recent weeks, and the state death toll stands at 9,600 as of Tuesday, according to the provisional death count from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics, a figure based on information from death certificates. On July 1, the toll was 8,606.

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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt's firings spur debate on

Details: 12 hours ago · In the wake of a financial scandal at the Oklahoma Health Department, the Legislature in 2018 gave the governor the power to hire and fire the state health commissioner. That's how Stitt came to appoint Health Commissioner Dr. Lance Frye to lead the state through much of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the Legislature has expanded some of the

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OKC COVID hospitalizations, ICU capacity to be reported by

Details: Integris Health: 210 COVID-19 patients in its hospitals, including 173 in the Oklahoma City metro area. No ICU beds available. Mercy: 118 inpatients with COVID-19 in Mercy hospitals across Oklahoma, with 66 of those patients at Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City. No ICU beds available, and three patients waiting in the emergency room for an ICU bed. OU Health: 42 inpatients with COVID-19 …

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COVID-19 Hospital Capacity of TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS

Details: wise health system short term 3200 north tarrant parkway, fort worth, tx: 39.7: 17.5%: 6.3 of 36.0 beds used: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: 219: 367: kindred hospital fort worth- mansfield long term 1802 highway 157 north, mansfield, tx: 6.6: 97.0%: 6.4 of 6.6 beds used: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: n/a: texas health harris methodist hospital

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Integris Health will require workers to be vaccinated

Details: Integris Health is joining several health systems in Oklahoma in requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for its staff.. Now that the Pfizer vaccine has received full approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration, Integris Health will have a COVID …

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Director of Oklahoma's Public Health Lab to step down

Details: The health department on Thursday confirmed that Dr. Michael Kayser submitted a resignation letter in mid-April to end his employment as the lab's director but that he negotiated an agreement to stay on in a lower capacity until a new hire is made. On Tuesday, the health department announced that another type of test is being outsourced

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Oklahoma Department of Mental Health receives $5M grant to

Details: Oklahoma has received a $5 million, multi-year grant for mental health and substance abuse treatment access and support services for youths and young adults. The grant, awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, will provide $1 million per year for each of the next five years. It will be used to improve outreach

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20 interesting facts about Oklahomans' health

Details: The number of rapes, murders, robberies and aggravated assaults per 100,000 Oklahomans: 450. We're 37th overall. #4 - Cancer is a big killer. Cancer, worldwide, is a big killer, and Oklahoma is no exception to that truth. We rank 45th overall in cancer deaths per 100,000: 216.9. #3 - Diabetes is running rampant.

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COVID-19 Hospital Capacity of OSF SAINT ANTHONY'S HEALTH

Details: The data, which comes for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, updates weekly. Hospital Bed Occupancy by Date. 7 Day Avg. of Bed Occupancy: 7 Day Avg. of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients. Patients currently hospitalized in an inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include those in observation beds.

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OU Health promises better service, more research with

Details: OU Health Sciences Center officials say the merger will better connect patients in the emergency room or a primary care doctor’s office with specialists for more advanced treatment. Workflow, billing and patient referrals would be streamlined under one employer and records system.

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Investigator at Oklahoma Health Department disciplined for

Details: The state Health Department has reprimanded an investigator for "an inappropriate relationship" with his supervisor and forced him to take a sharp pay cut, The Oklahoman has learned. Matt Terry, 38, of Guthrie, went from making $72,750 a year to $65,000.

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CDC awards Oklahoma $53 million to address COVID-19 health

Details: Exit Full Screen. Oklahoma health departments will receive more than $53 million in funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address COVID-19 related health disparities. More than $43 million will go to the state Health Department, about $3.7 million will go to the Oklahoma-City County Health Department and more than $5.9

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Oklahoma health officials 'not satisfied' with child

Details: The city-county health department saw the highest interest in May as soon as vaccines opened to children ages 12-15. Health officials gave 400 doses at a clinic in John Marshall High School days after the younger age group became eligible. By early July, attendance dropped significantly.

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More clarity now available on making medical decisions for

Details: A: The new law states that when an adult patient is unable to provide consent due to the fact that he or she is persistently unconscious, incompetent or mentally or physically incapable of communicating, another individual that's available and willing may make health care decisions for the patient in the following order of priority: legally appointed guardian, health care proxy designated by

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Quality rankings disagree on Oklahoma City hospitals

Details: SEP 3, 2021 - Hospital rankings can produce significantly different results. Three major sources only agreed in rating one of 10 hospitals in the Oklahoma City area — Integris Health Edmond, which all deemed about average.

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New Oklahoma law will require mental health parity in

Details: Health insurance companies will be required to cover mental health and substance use disorders the same way they cover physical ailments under a new state law. Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday signed legislation to require companies that offer health coverage and are regulated by the state insurance department to follow federal laws on parity in the health care industry.

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Who needs a third COVID-19 shot now, and where can

Details: The Oklahoma Health Department said it will be able to accommodate third doses of COVID-19 vaccines. “Currently, the state has the vaccine necessary to fulfill third-dose requests, as well as a direct source for additional vaccine from federal sources should we need it,” a …

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: How many confirmed cases are in

Details: Oklahoma City has had 659 confirmed cases of COVID-19, though 454 of those have recovered. [DAVE MORRIS/The Oklahoman] Each day the Oklahoma State Department of Health releases a treasure trove of data related to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the items they release each day is a count of how many cases have been confirmed by town.

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Oklahoma ranks among worst in U.S. for health

Details: One reason that Oklahomans have such poor health is the high rate of adults who smoke, health leaders say. The state has the sixth-highest adult smoking rate, 22 percent of adults who smoke, despite the efforts of multiple state health agencies.

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A conversation with Keith Reed, who is leading Oklahoma's

Details: Keith Reed, 52, worked his way up through the ranks of Oklahoma’s county health departments helping local public health entities prepare for bioterrorism threats, namely smallpox. Now, after nearly two decades with the Oklahoma State Department of Health, Reed is coordinating the state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout, which came with unexpected

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Former Health Department attorney pleads guilty

Details: Wiping away tears, the former top lawyer at the Oklahoma Health Department pleaded guilty Wednesday to two misdemeanors for sending threatening emails to herself about medical marijuana regulations. Julie Ezell, 38, of Edmond, had posed in the emails as a medical marijuana advocate threatening retribution if the Health Department imposed restrictive rules on its use.

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Legal wrangling surrounds four rural Oklahoma hospitals

Details: The lawsuit also claims Health Acquisition and its partners took $2 million of the hospitals' funds for themselves, overcharged the hospitals for management services and paid kickbacks to clinics that sent a steady stream of blood and urine to Health Acquisition's partner labs. It isn't the defendants' first brush with legal trouble.

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Oklahoma hospitals sue thousands each year over unpaid

Details: Integris Health Care System, the largest health provider in the state with 16 hospitals and more than 1,700 patient beds, filed at least 4,275 lawsuits, according to the analysis of court records. Integris Deaconess, which joined the health care system …

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Epidemic Ignored: When Oklahoma closed its psychiatric

Details: The state Health Department cited the jail after the 2014 incident. After the jail administrator implemented the new policy — that jail staff should seek medical help when inmates need it — the health department closed its investigation, noting “no further action required.” That was June 16, 2015. Sherry Elliott died 19 days later.

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Medicare now covers outpatient coronary procedure

Details: The doctors and staff at CardioVascular Health Clinic are committed to helping you navigate your plan coverage and are eager to provide even better care and service. If you are in need of these services talk to your primary care physician or call the clinic at 405-369-5443 to find out how these changes may affect you.

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State announces first child to die of COVID-19 in Oklahoma

Details: An Oklahoma child has died from COVID-19, the Oklahoma State Department of Health said Sunday. “I was deeply saddened to learn of the loss of the state’s first child impacted by COVID-19 since the pandemic arrived in Oklahoma," interim Health Commissioner Dr. Lance Frye said in a statement. "Our prayers are with the family and community as they mourn the loss of a young, …

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