Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
Surgical Care Affiliates, which has ambulatory surgery centers in 35 states, has been able to rebound to about 90% of pre-coronavirus patient volume.
Demographic factors such as population growth and aging are the primary drivers of the expected physician shortfall.
The primary goals of the new task force report include boosting value-based care.
Telehealth visits for chronically ill patients have advantages compared to in-person visits such as providing visibility of patients' home environment.
Compared to the general population, researchers found that risk factors for physician suicide include older age and job problems.
WakeMed clinical leaders share key elements of the health system's response to COVID-19 and plans for a potential coronavirus resurgence.
New research provides guidance for managing the adoption of behavioral health integration.
As the first drug found effective against the novel coronavirus illustrates, medications to treat the infection are likely to be initially scarce.
To accommodate the city's coronavirus patient surge, NYC Health + Hospitals increased critical care capacity and retooled emergency departments.
The COVID-19 crisis has been a financial fiasco for physician practices, including decreased patient volume and canceled elective surgeries.