Clinical CareAsk the Right Questions on the Medical Staff Application
Asking if an applicant has ever been the subject of "formal disciplinary action" at any healthcare institution is rather vague.
NursingSmart Beds Show Promise for COVID Patients
Patient deterioration, which refers to the worsening of a patient?s condition during a hospital stay, has become a growing concern...
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...
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-19How NYC Health + Hospitals Trained 20K Staffers to Combat COVID-19
Leaders from the City's public health system detailed their staffing strategies in a Health Affairs study released Thursday afternoon.
Covid-19Nearly 600 — And Counting — U.S. Health Workers Have Died Of COVID-19
A majority of those documented were identified as people of color, mostly African American and Asian/Pacific Islander.
NursingWhat You Need to Know About the Utilization Review Process
UR nurses speak a different language than most other bedside nurses.
NursingNurse Who Treated N.Y.'s Coronavirus 'Patient Zero' Sues Hospital, Report Says
The anonymous healthcare worker filed her lawsuit against NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital on Saturday.
NursingA Nurse With One Lung Had COVID-19. Other Nurses Saved Her.
In the coronavirus era, nurses are called heroes. Sometimes, the lives they save are those of other nurses.
Clinical CareDespite Pandemic, Trauma Centers See No End To 'The Visible Virus Of Violence'
The number of patients seeking care for injuries caused by what's known as penetrating trauma ? gunshot wounds or stabbings...
NursingBill Would Give Green Cards to Practitioners
The legislation would give green cards to 25,000 nurses and 15,000 physicians, ensuring that rural areas especially have the appropriate...
Clinical Care'Similar to Times of War': The Staggering Toll of COVID-19 on Filipino Health Care Workers
One of every four Filipinos in the New York-New Jersey area is employed in the health care industry. With at...