Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
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.
As they confront the coronavirus pandemic, frontline healthcare workers are at risk for mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety.
Doctors in Wuhan, China, share steps to establish temporary hospitals for coronavirus patients.
During the coronavirus pandemic, telemedicine is way for physician practices to offer expanded services and to interact with patients safely.
The national survey shows widespread shortages of personal protective equipment, including respirators, surgical masks, face shields, and gowns.
Delaying elective surgery during the COVID-19 pandemic increases hospital bed capacity as well as boosts supplies of personal protective gear and ventilators.
Experts anticipate hospital bed shortage and warn about dire consequences of personal protective equipment shortages.