Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
Hospitals in areas of the country that have not experienced a surge of coronavirus patients yet have the advantage of time to prepare themselves.
Behavioral Health Concierge offers telebehavioral services to the Providence health system's employees and their dependents.
Coronavirus patients who are severely ill often need someone to make care decisions on their behalf.
Allegheny Health Network has set patient access strategies for hospitals and primary care.
With the coronavirus pandemic creating shortages of critical care staff and ventilators, anesthesiology resources can fill the gaps.
The first step is admitting your organization has a problem, says VCU Health's chief quality and safety officer.
Strategies to manage of a surge of patients at hospitals during a pandemic include establishing a crisis command center and transforming infrastructure.
A healthcare consultancy anticipates a shortage of 7,900 critical care physicians nationwide when the coronavirus pandemic peaks.
There are dire shortages of several kinds of coronavirus-related personal protective equipment across the country.
Retired clinicians, who are often at high risk because of age, can contribute to pandemic response in several ways that do not involve direct patient care.