Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
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.
Effective approaches to emergency preparedness during a pandemic include proactive resource management and involving stakeholders in planning efforts.
Emergency departments have developed strategies to handle coronavirus patient surges such as addressing limited space in their facilities.
Combining the World Health Organization's operating room checklist with a preoperative and postoperative checklist benefits patients, research indicates.
Financial struggles of physician practices present opportunity to health systems.
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.