For healthcare workers concerned about COVID-19 exposure and doing laundry at home, the Association for Linen Management (ALM) has issued “...Read More »
Beware the myths and misperceptions going around about the...Read More »
The model, developed by researchers at University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS), has already informed decision-making at both the system...Read More »
By A.J. Plunkett
If you are still preparing for a major onslaught of suspected COVID-19 patients, review your plans...Read More »
With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth has finally come of age. Like a lonely teenager who once struggled to make connections with...Read More »
A patient walks into your waiting room with a cough, a mild fever, and shortness of breath. Your waiting room is crowded, so she sits down next to...Read More »
If you are expecting a survey from your accreditation organization (AO) in the upcoming weeks and months, check in with your liaison. All four...Read More »
Keeping supplies in-house may continue to be a security problem as long as COVID-19 grips the nation.
Not only are hospitals grappling with...Read More »
As you’ve already witnessed, information during a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic comes rapidly and keeps changing.
As policies get...Read More »
Many hospitals and other facilities have been dealing with an overflow of patients since March, while other have been preparing for an immediate...Read More »