Covid-19ICUs are filled with COVID — and regret
In hospitals throughout the South as well as in parts of California and Oregon, more than 50% of the inpatients...
Covid-19ECMO Life Support Is a Last Resort for COVID, and in Short Supply in South
Doctors often describe ECMO as a way to let the lungs "rest" ? especially useful when even ventilation isn't fully...
TelehealthTeladoc Offers Hurricane Ida's Victims Free Virtual Care
To access the service, telephone Teladoc directly at 855-225-5032.
Clinical Care12,000 Square Miles Without Obstetrics? It's a Possibility in West Texas
Some pregnant women already travel an hour and a half or longer to reach the 25-bed Big Bend Regional in...
MarketingSix-Peat! Mayo Clinic Named Nation's Top Hospital by U.S. News & World Report for 6th Straight Year.
The 32nd annual version of widely read rankings featured mostly the same top 20 hospitals that make the list in...
StrategyFacing Headwinds on New Alzheimer's Drug, Biogen Launches Controversial Campaign
The drugmaker is running an educational campaign directed at the consumer, one who is already worried about whether those lost...
TechnologyHospital-at-Home Program Slated to Start Next Month at UMass Memorial Health
Wearables will track patients as remote home care optimizes hospital resources.
Clinical CareAORN Updates Skin Antisepsis Guidelines: What This Means for Organizations
Professional guidelines are out in the field for certain subsets of patients to receive nasal decolonization.
Clinical CareSupporting the At-Home Care Team
Patients get better care when family has access to answers.
Clinical CareMedication Non-Adherence: Solving an Eternal Challenge
Healthcare plans for the underserved markets, which include patients using Medicaid, Medicare Dual Advantage, or a healthcare exchange, offer limited...
StrategyCalifornia Lawmakers Push Feds to Allow a Therapy That Pays Meth Users to Abstain
Providers worry that by paying patients they'll violate anti-kickback regulations and thus jeopardize their federal funding through Medicaid.
NursingRefusals, Safety Concerns Impeded Nurses' Efforts to Mobilize Intubated Patients
New study finds mobility practices nonexistent for ICU patients deemed ready to begin out-of-bed activities.