Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
A respiratory therapist who traveled to New York City during The Big Apple's coronavirus patient surge shares her story.
The pandemic has highlighted problems that have plagued U.S. healthcare for decades.
Research indicates homebound seniors and non-homebound seniors with complex medical conditions benefit from home-based medical care.
Healthcare leaders share perspectives on innovation and discuss initiatives such as training clinicians for end-of-life conversations.
Particularly for patients who are older and frail, home-based medical care is a viable alternative to urgent care centers and emergency rooms.
Healthcare providers who offer a seamless telehealth experience have a competitive advantage.
A recent survey indicates the coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted healthcare professional employment, clinician burnout, and telemedicine.
Coronavirus concerns and a desire to be more consumer-friendly are driving a shift away from waiting rooms at a Florida-based health system.
Atrius Health has designed its physician practices and online presence with consumers in mind.
For COVID-19 patients admitted for ICU care, the highest risk factors for death are older age, presence of hypoxemia, and liver dysfunction, new research shows.