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American Investment Council: Narrowly Focused Nursing Home Working Paper Inconsistent with Recent Studies Showing that Private Equity Delivers Quality Care

In February 2021, a working paper from March 2020 was republished about the level of care provided at private equity-backed nursing homes, a critical issue impacting our seniors and many of society’s most vulnerable populations. This working paper — which has not been peer-reviewed or subject to review by the National Bureau of Economic Research Board of Directors — only focused on a very narrow subset of nursing home patients....

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42 Percent of U.S. Workers Want Employers to Delay Re-Opening Until Vaccines Widely Available to Employees, New Eagle Hill Research Finds

As the U.S. ramps up coronavirus vaccinations, new national research finds that many U.S. workers (42 percent) indicate that their employer should wait to re-open until COVID-19 vaccines are more widely available to employees. About one-quarter (26 percent) say employees should be required to take a COVID-19 test before entering the workplace, while 37 percent say testing should be encouraged. A new national poll of working...

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Longform links: being a pied piper

BooksAn excerpt from Walter Isaacson's "The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing and the Future of the Human Race." (wsj.com)Bill Gates brings an 'intellectual honesty' to the climate change debate in "How To Avoid A Climate Disaster." (sl-advisors.com)Big TechFacebook ($FB) has never really been all that interested in getting bad actors off the platform: the case of Alex Jones. (buzzfeednews.com)What it's...