Clinical CareOverwhelmed Hospitals Face a New Crisis: Staffing Firms Are Cutting Their Doctors' Hours and Pay
Multiple private-equity-backed staffing companies have cut hours for thousands of emergency room doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. That means...
InnovationAll In for New York: Q&A With Hospital for Special Surgery CEO Lou Shapiro
HSS suspended all nonessential surgeries, expanded capacity, and is treating patients from other hospitals in need of emergency orthopedic surgery,...
InnovationCalifornia Hospitals Face Surge With Proven Fixes And Some Hail Marys
Nothing has prepared California's hospitals for a crisis of the magnitude facing them today.
StrategyCMS Suspends Restrictions on Care Venues as Providers Tackle COVID-19 Surges
The sweeping "Hospitals Without Walls" initiative take effect immediately and allows hospitals to bill Medicare for services in unconventional settings.
Clinical CareExpired Respirators. Reused Masks. Nurses in the Nation's Original Covid-19 Epicenter Offer Sobering Accounts of What Could Come.
Clinicians' struggles in coronavirus hotspots may well preview what medical providers in other states could face amid a national shortage...
Clinical CareOpinion: How Many Americans Are Really Infected With the Coronavirus?
In the absence of real numbers, projections have filled the void.
Covid-19See When States Will Face Hospital Bed Capacity Shortages During COVID-19 Outbreak
The earliest ICU bed shortages are likely to emerge at the end of March, according to a new analysis.
InnovationHIMSS 20 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns
Major companies like Microsoft, Cisco, and Amazon pulled out of the annual Orlando conference in recent days.
Clinical CareDartmouth-Hitchcock Launches $4.5M Geriatric Emergency Department Initiative for Rural Patients
The primary goal of the project is to keep most geriatric patients at rural hospitals through telemedicine rather than transferring...
StrategyWhen Your Doctor Is Also A Lobbyist: Inside The War Over Surprise Medical Bills
Bills with the most momentum are making more and more concessions to physicians.
Clinical CareBeyond Burnout: Docs Decry 'Moral Injury' From Financial Pressures Of Healthcare
Clinicians wrestle with what they consider barriers to quality care: insurance preauthorization, trouble making patient referrals, endless clicking on EHRs.
Clinical CareHow to Implement an Effective Critical Care Resuscitation Unit
University of Maryland Medical Center shares its recipe for critical care resuscitation unit success.