Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
The essential elements of providing primary care to patients via telemedicine include an affordable financial model and exceptional patient experience.
Since the first phase of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States erupted in March, HealthLeaders has published more than 70 clinical care stories on the outbreak.
The Personal Health Inventory self-assessment has been adapted from a self-assessment tool that clinicians use to help patients with chronic illness.
Coronavirus patients who are placed on ventilators need help from speech language pathologists such as restoring the ability to swallow.
New research indicates that sterilized and expired N95 respirator masks offer effective protection against coronavirus infection for healthcare workers.
Thomas Ely says doctors of osteopathic medicine are helping to address physician shortages in rural and underserved areas of the country.
When community-based organizations are already meeting social needs, healthcare organizations should build partnerships rather than building their own programs.
Nurse practitioners report several impacts on their profession during the pandemic, including the easing of practice restrictions in some states and furloughs.
An outdoor coronavirus screening station can be configured and equipped to eliminate direct contact between patients and healthcare workers.
Injuries to the head and neck in absence of injury to other parts of the body can be suspicious injury patterns in older adults.