Topic: Emergency preparedness
Experts warn health systems to be prepared for a surge when chronic conditions exacerbate.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is providing $186 million in funding for state and local governments to conduct additional testing.
Severe shortages of testing supplies and extended waits for test results have limited hospitals' ability to monitor the health of patients and staff.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would invoke the Defense Production Act to mitigate challenges with obtaining medical supplies.
Now is the time for leaders to prepare for how they will help diagnose and treat patients and keep their practices running.
Take 5 additional precautions in treating critically ill coronavirus patients, three healthcare professionals advise.
Anthony Fauci, M.D., offers update on coronavirus to JAMA for clinicians.
HIMSS officials are stepping up on-site preparedness at HIMSS20 in response to the ongoing spread of the virus known as COVID-19.
It may be time to add travel history as a fifth “vital sign” when physicians evaluate patients, two infectious disease doctors suggest.
In an era when we get flash-flood warnings on phones and weekly influenza statistics from every state, why are data on the new coronavirus so limited?