Covid-19'Please Tell Me My Life is Worth a LITTLE of Your Discomfort,' Nurse Pleads
Healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID crisis have spent exhausting months working and self-quarantining off-duty to keep...
Covid-19Study: COVID-19 Fatality Risk Is Double Earlier Estimates
New estimates underscore the importance of infection prevention, particularly among seniors.
Covid-19Agonizing Lag in Coronavirus Research Puts Pregnant Women and Babies at Risk
After months of asserting pregnant women were not at high risk for the coronavirus, the CDC recently released a study...
Covid-19COVID-19-associated Deaths Significantly Undercounted
JAMA study estimates that 35% of excess deaths during pandemic's early months were tied to causes other than COVID-19.
FinanceAHA: Hospital Losses Could Top $323B in 2020
Financial woes for the nation's hospitals are worsening as the coronavirus pandemic continues to surge.
NursingWorkers Filed More Than 4,100 Complaints About Protective Gear. Some Still Died.
Since March, more than 4,100 COVID-related complaints regarding health care facilities have poured into the nation's network of federal and...
Covid-19Conflicting COVID Messages Create Cloud of Confusion Around Public Health and Prevention
Rumors, misinformation and outright falsehoods ? some intentionally propagated ? have also flourished in that cauldron of confusion.
Covid-19Cities Brace for 'Collision Course' of Heat Waves and COVID-19
Across the country, authorities are finding that their usual strategies for protecting people against heat-related health problems are in direct...
Covid-19AHA Urges Azar to Extend Coronavirus Public Health Emergency
The emergency declaration is scheduled to expire on July 25, but hospitals say the status should be extended until key...
Clinical CarePPE Success During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Once upon a time, workers were told to use their surgical masks only once. Today, those masks get put into...
Covid-19How — and When — Can the Coronavirus Vaccine Become a Reality?
It is likely we'll eventually have a coronavirus vaccine ? but perhaps not as quickly as some expect.
StrategyCiting COVID, Sutter Pushes to Revisit Landmark Antitrust Settlement
Sutter reported an operating loss of $404 million through April, citing declining patient revenue and expenses resulting from the pandemic.