Clinical CareWhat Seniors Should Know Before Going Ahead with Elective Procedures
To feel comfortable, patients need to take stock of the precautions providers are taking.
FinanceAHA: Hospital Losses Could Top $323B in 2020
Financial woes for the nation's hospitals are worsening as the coronavirus pandemic continues to surge.
Covid-19Health Experts Link Rise in Arizona COVID Cases to End of Stay-at-Home Order
Arizona has emerged as one of the country's newest coronavirus hot spots, with the weekly average of daily cases more...
Covid-19How America's Hospitals Survived the First Wave of the Coronavirus
ProPublica wanted to know why experts were wrong when they said U.S. hospitals would be overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients.
Clinical CareRapid Changes to Health System Spurred By COVID Might Be Here to Stay
But the COVID-19 pandemic has forced sudden major changes to the nation's health care system that are unlikely to be...
Clinical CareNorthwell Opens Acute Ventilator Recovery Units for Coronavirus Patients
For seriously ill coronavirus patients, acute ventilator recovery units serve as a bridge between ICU care and acute rehabilitation facilities.
Clinical CareCoronavirus: Nasal High Flow Therapy Alternative to Ventilator Care
Compared to ventilator care, nasal high flow therapy for seriously ill coronavirus patients has several benefits, including the ability to...
FinanceOutpatient Visit Volumes Recovering Faster than ED, Inpatient Visits
The uneven recovery may prompt revenue cycle leaders to reevaluate their resource allocation.
StrategyResuming Elective Procedures? It's Complicated.
More than 80% of healthcare executives express concerns about a post-pandemic reopening with the threat of a second wave looming.
FinanceHospital Margins Plummeted 174% in April
Steep volume and revenue drops drove record-poor margin performances.
FinanceCoronavirus Craters Mayo Clinic Q1 Revenues
Net operating income dropped 88% for the first three months of 2020, after a near-total shutdown of elective and outpatient...
Covid-19Fewer Traffic Collisions During Shutdown Means Longer Waits for Organ Donations
From March 8 to April 11, the number of organ donors who died in traffic collisions was down 23% nationwide,...