For COVID-19 patients, virtual visits at AdventHealth have generated significant benefits, says Pam Guler, MHA, vice president and chief experience officer at the Altamonte Springs, Florida-based health system. “This has been meaningful for our patients, their families, and our caregivers. Many...
For healthcare workers concerned about COVID-19 exposure and doing laundry at home, the Association for Linen Management (ALM) has issued “Interim Guidance for Healthcare Personnel Home Washing Personal Uniform/Scrub Apparel During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
Feeling like you can’t find the latest, updated government guidance on infection control, hospital and provider waivers, or much of anything else online relating to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis? You are not alone.
While some hospitals are just approaching their peak of treating COVID-19 patients, others are already looking toward the time facilities can start taking in patients—and revenues—for non-emergent illnesses.
Whether your hospital is already working toward recovery from a peak load of COVID-19 patients or is still amidst the onslaught and looking for extra space to put beds, remember there will be a second wave of patients in a few months.