Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
The Acute Hospital Care At Home program will help health systems and hospitals manage inpatient beds during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
As long as hospitals have bed capacity, elective orthopedic surgery can continue during the pandemic, a prominent orthopedic surgeon says.
Sepsis is a life-threatening immune response to infection that leads to organ dysfunction, which is what happens in seriously ill COVID-19 patients, expert says.
New research shows interprofessional conflicts between female surgeons and nonphysician staff can be addressed at the individual and institutional levels.
Difficulties include staffing shortages, lack of personal protective equipment, and an increase in patient health burdens due to delayed or inaccessible care.
The physician group also adopts several other new policies and calls to action, including urging a multifaceted approach to social determinants of health.
Sanford Health's chief operating officer shares how the health system is reacting to a surge of COVID-19 patients in the organization's sprawling service area.
In recent research, healthcare professionals with sleep disorders were nearly four times as likely to suffer burnout than staff members without sleep disorders.
The new COVID Recovery Heart Clinic features a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, imaging experts, and physical therapists.
The pandemic is transforming care delivery through rapid adoption of telemedicine and shifting approaches to value-based care.