Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
Survey data shows at least half of critical care physicians experienced emotional distress in the first nine months of the COVID-19 crisis.
The new study corroborates earlier research that found sexism and racial/ethnic bias are common in surgical settings.
Spectrum Health West Michigan's new senior vice president of quality, safety, and patient experience shares his insights.
New policies are needed to close hospital patient safety gap between Black and White patients, researchers say.
COVID-19 has many parallels to earlier outbreaks including lack of preparedness, healthcare inequities, and politicization of pandemics, medical historians say.
The new facility in Cleveland will combine a range of services, including intensive rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and a multi-specialty geriatric practice on-site.
Health system executives surveyed early this year are optimistic about service volumes despite ongoing uncertainty linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
Historical influenza trends illuminate how to roll out coronavirus vaccines to underserved racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups.
The Home Centered Care Institute, which is an advocacy and education nonprofit, has named a new president.
Deferment of elective care and uncertainty over safety procedures were among drivers of decreased utilization, analyst says.