3 ways to help your team navigate grief in crisis

While clinicians and staff are rising to meet the unprecedented challenges presented by Covid-19, many are experiencing losses in their daily lives—big and small. To support staff, Advisory Board's Matt Cornner and Taylor Hurst outline steps leaders can take to help staff navigate their grief.

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Map: America’s 350,000+ coronavirus cases

The number of U.S. coronavirus deaths rose to nearly 13,000 as of Wednesday, and CMS is disbursing billions of dollars in advanced payments and grants to providers battling Covid-19. See the number of U.S. Covid-19 cases and deaths in our interactive maps.

With Sanders' exit, Joe Biden is now Democrats' presumptive presidential nominee. Here's where he stands on key health care issues.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Wednesday withdrew from the race to be the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, meaning former Vice President Joe Biden is now the presumptive Democratic nominee to challenge President Trump in this year's election.

Covid-19 is hitting black communities especially hard

Early data coming out of some states shows black communities are disproportionally affected by Covid-19, prompting civil rights activists and doctors to call on CDC to release national race data on the epidemic.

Around the nation: CDC launches effort to get more accurate count of US Covid-19 cases

CDC has begun conducting blood tests that can tell whether a person has developed specific antibodies that indicate they had been infected by the new coronavirus and recovered, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Georgia, and Texas.

When can Covid-19 patients leave isolation? It's complicated.

Determining when a patient with Covid-19 has fully recovered and is no longer contagious is difficult because so little is known about the new coronavirus—and that's leaving providers unsure of what advice to give patients recovering from the disease, Carmen Heredia Rodriguez reports for Kaiser Health News.

3 ways to bolster ventilator supply—when you can't access more traditional ventilators

Across the country, U.S. hospitals are facing a new a growing threat to patient care: the global ventilator shortage. Advisory Board's Colleen Keenan outlines three outside-the box ways hospitals can shore up their ventilator supply.

Is hospital design contributing to the US' high C-section rate?

Hospital design and layout may be contributing to the high rate of medically unnecessary cesarean sections in the United States, according to a study by Ariadne Labs, a health system innovation center, and MASS Design Group, a nonprofit architecture firm.