The move comes as hospitals throughout the country are seeing spikes in patients with Covid-19, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Florida, and New York.
State and local officials are rolling back their reopening plans and announcing plans to keep schools closed in the fall, as a senior World Health Organization official on Monday warned that "there will be no return to the 'old normal' for the foreseeable future" given the coronavirus pandemic's continued spread.
Experts across the United States have performed dozens of autopsies on patients who died from Covid-19, and their findings could have a significant impact on how health care providers treat patients with the disease.
Former Vice President and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden last week unveiled a platform crafted by a task force Biden formed with Sen. Bernie Sanders that aims to ensure "universal health care" in America.
With all of the changes teams face due to Covid-19, a lot of leaders are asking, "How do I start to rebuild trust and engagement with my team as we move forward?" The answer, according to executive coach Alicia Graham and Advisory Board's Virginia Reid, is to start by building a culture of vulnerability.