Is There a Second Wave of COVID-19 Coming and What Can Hospitals do to Prepare?

Is There a Second Wave of COVID-19 Coming and What Can Hospitals do to Prepare?

As the summer months warm up and states relax some of the strict social distancing and stay-at-home protocols first...
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Filling Healthcare Shifts Amidst a Global Pandemic

Filling Healthcare Shifts Amidst a Global Pandemic

In March, the COVID-19 pandemic began to overwhelm hospitals and healthcare facilities across the United States,...
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How Hospitals Adopted Innovative Response Strategies to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic

How Hospitals Adopted Innovative Response Strategies to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic

Although hospitals have to plan for outbreaks of Emerging Infectious Diseases, few were prepared for the scale of...
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Mental Health Crisis Among Nursing Professionals

Mental Health Crisis Among Nursing Professionals

In April, Dr. Lorna M. Breen, the medical director of the emergency department at New York Presbytarian Allen...
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How Senior Care Facilities Are Changing Procedures

How Senior Care Facilities Are Changing Procedures

New data released from the U.S. Government revealed that 26,000 nursing home residents have died from COVID-19, and...
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Communication Solutions for Caregiving Organizations during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Emergency

Communication Solutions for Caregiving Organizations during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Emergency

Caregiving organizations are experiencing unique staffing challenges during the coronavirus COVID-19 emergency due...
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HHS Declares Limited Waiver of HIPAA Privacy Rule and Clarifies Rules on Disclosures in Emergency Situations

HHS Declares Limited Waiver of HIPAA Privacy Rule and Clarifies Rules on Disclosures in Emergency Situations

The U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services - Alex Azar - has published a bulletin declaring a limited waiver of...
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Policy Changes for Remote Telehealth Communications during COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

Policy Changes for Remote Telehealth Communications during COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Health and Human Services have announced policy...
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Today is International Nurses Day: How Communities Have Thanked Nurses

Today is International Nurses Day: How Communities Have Thanked Nurses

Nurses around the world have been helping their local communities fight the novel coronavirus. They’ve worked...
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Surge Planning for Hospitals during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Surge Planning for Hospitals during the Coronavirus Pandemic

While it may seem too late to think about surge planning for the coronavirus pandemic, events over the next few...
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The Latest on Workplace Violence Statistics

The Latest on Workplace Violence Statistics

Updated 4/28/2020—The latest on workplace violence statistics 2020 is that many businesses continue to under-report...
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How Emergency Preparedness Notification Tools Can Aid Patient Family Communications

How Emergency Preparedness Notification Tools Can Aid Patient Family Communications

The coronavirus pandemic has posed a unique communication challenge for hospitals, nursing homes, and other...
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