NursingNew Study by the Emergency Nurses Association Analyzes Traumatic Stress in Near Real-Time
By studying the Tweets of healthcare workers, new research reveals COVID-related traumatic stress as it unfolded.
Covid-19AIHA Voices Concerns About COVID-19 ETS
AIHA argued the ETS does not recognize that all healthcare workers are at risk of inhalation exposure given the strong...
Covid-19This Company Got a $10 Million PPP Loan, Then Closed Its Plant and Moved Manufacturing Jobs to Mexico
Many American businesses received millions in federal pandemic aid intended to protect workers, but exploited loopholes and rule changes to...
Clinical CareTop Three Reasons to Continue Mask Mandates for Patients and Staff
Regulators are continuing to insist on the wearing of masks in healthcare facilities.
StrategyAmazon Business Report: e-Procurement to Increase in 2021
Healthcare stakeholders said that increasing procurement efficiency is the top priority for the industry this year.
StrategyUniversity Hospital CEO on National Supply Chain: 'We Need to Find Solutions'
University Hospital CEO Shereef Elnahal, MD shares his takeaways from a recent U.S. Senate Committee hearing about the national supply...
Covid-19Hit by Higher Prices for Gear, Doctors and Dentists Want Insurers to Pay
California's dentist and doctor lobbies say insurance companies are flush with cash after collecting premiums during the pandemic but paying...
NursingRNs Call Out Hospital's 'Potentially Life-Threatening Problems'
Nurses challenge Chicago hospital's alleged safety and employment law violations.
Covid-19A Year Into Pandemic, Federal Officials Design New Mask Guidelines to Better Protect More Workers
The changes come as U.S. mask-makers say the demand from hospitals is so sluggish that they've laid off 2,000 workers...
Covid-19Fauci Thanks US Health Workers for Sacrifices but Admits PPE Shortages Drove Up Death Toll
Shortages were compounded by the federal government's failure to maintain a national stockpile of personal protective equipment.
NursingNew Survey Reveals How Hospital Supply Chains Affect Nurses, Patient Safety, and Margins
Nearly 90% of surveyed nurses say their supply chain management system causes them stress.
NursingLaw requiring California hospitals to maintain PPE stockpiles takes effect today
RNs applaud legislation as crucial to healthcare worker safety.