While clinician resilience has been a top priority among health care leaders, staff in Covid-19 hot spots are experiencing trauma and grief on a nearly unprecedented scale. To learn how leaders can help clinicians experiencing compassion fatigue, Advisory Board's Lauren Rewers and Taylor Hurst spoke with Air Force officers at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
Luciana Lira took in the newborn sibling of one of her students after the student, his mother, and his father all tested positive for the new coronavirus, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia.
Recent data suggests patients may have been infected with the new coronavirus in the United States earlier than public health officials originally thought—and that has prompted many Americans to wonder if they've already been infected with the virus.
Federal public health officials during a Senate committee hearing on Tuesday warned that the United States must proceed cautiously with reopening plans and ensure widespread testing or risk a resurgence of Covid-19 cases. Separately, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled another sweeping economic stimulus package.
Doctors are reporting a growing number of cases of a rare, life-threatening, multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children that is being linked to the new coronavirus, leaving scientists scrambling to identify and understand the condition.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans are trying telehealth for the first time during the Covid-19 epidemic—and many are discovering that it's an easy, convenient way to seek care. Here's what Advisory Board's John League says health care leaders need to do to capitalize on the moment.