NursingAs COVID Surged, Vaccines Came Too Late For At Least 400 Medical Workers
An analysis of The Guardian-KHN's Lost on the Frontline database indicates that at least 1 in 8 health workers lost...
InnovationUPMC-Incubated Company Earns Top Marks From KLAS Research
Infectious Disease Connect helps clinicians choose the best antimicrobial therapies.
Covid-19Lessons From California Prison Where COVID 'Spread Like Wildfire'
The virus continues to devastate prison populations and employees.
Covid-19Organ Transplant Patient Dies After Receiving COVID-Infected Lungs
Officials at the University of Michigan Medical School suggested it may be the first proven case of COVID in the...
Covid-19Cuomo Still Underreporting the Total Count of COVID Nursing Home Deaths
The governor finally released data on nursing home cases after lawsuits and demands from lawmakers, but hundreds of presumed COVID-19...
NursingHealth Workers and Hospitals Grapple With Millions of Counterfeit N95 Masks
Fake masks pouring into the country have fooled healthcare leaders from coast to coast.
Clinical CareAvoiding Non-essential Emergency Department Visits
If they don't need acute care, patients should be encouraged to avoid the hospital.
Covid-19Scalise's Claim That Unauthorized Immigrants Are Getting Priority for Vaccination Misses the Point
Scalise said it is Biden's policy that "people who came here illegally can jump ahead of other Americans who have...
Covid-19Schools Walk the Tightrope Between Ideal Safety and the Reality of Covid
Nearly one year into the pandemic, fewer than half of students are attending schools that are teaching in person every...
Covid-19California's Smallest County Makes Big Vaccination Gains
Alpine County, population about 1,100, has administered just over 600 shots, finishing first doses for its entire healthcare staff and...
Covid-19Community Health Workers, Often Overlooked, Bring Trust to the Pandemic Fight
Public health authorities are relying on community health workers to be a bridge to communities that have been hardest hit...
Covid-19Why the U.S. Is Underestimating Covid Reinfection
U.S. health officials may be overlooking an unsettling subgroup of survivors: those who get infected more than once.