COVID-19 pandemic amplifies uncertainty for immigrant hospitalists
October 13, 2020
“It feels like we are essential health care workers but non-essential immigrants,” said Dr. Patel.
Visa worries besiege immigrant physicians fighting COVID-19
April 27, 2020
Hospital leaders call for flexibility to keep immigrant physicians on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle.
During a pandemic, infusion center nursing team pitches in to keep patients on track
April 23, 2020
Quick staffing shifts and a can-do attitude have kept an infusion center up and running during the pandemic.
Flexibility and speed mark the race to a COVID-19 vaccine
April 20, 2020
As the world waits, how many shortcuts can be taken safely?
Before the COVID-19 surge hits your facility, take steps to boost capacity
March 28, 2020
Communication about resource allocation can ease workforce anxiety amid the coronavirus pandemic.
At U.S. Ground Zero for coronavirus, a hospital is transformed
March 26, 2020
Hospitalists at EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, Wash., benefited from an early connection with Chinese peers.
COVID-19 will test medical supply stocks
March 19, 2020
“In the matter of a week or two...I think we’ll get a feel for whether or not we really have enough of the supplies that it takes,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci.
FDA moves to expand coronavirus testing capacity; CDC clarifies testing criteria
March 3, 2020
Close to a million tests will be available by week’s end, predicted HHS Secretary Alex Azar
Washington State grapples with coronavirus outbreak
March 2, 2020
King County, Wash. is Ground Zero for the first outbreak on U.S. soil.
CDC revises COVID-19 test kits, broadens ‘person under investigation’ definition
February 28, 2020
The geographic areas of concern were also expanded to reflect the week’s explosion of cases in Western Europe, Iran, and Asia.