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  1. 6 hospitals where nurses have protested lack of personal protective equipment

    In the last week or two, hospital and health systems nurses have protested their lack of access to personal protective equipment as they care for COVID-19 patients.
  2. NYU Langone rapidly expands virtual care amid 'explosion' of COVID-19 pandemic in New York

    At the heart of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., NYU Langone Health is now experiencing record numbers of virtual visits between its patients and providers.
  3. How 4 hospitals are using their EHRs to optimize COVID-19 care

    Hospitals and health systems across the U.S. have developed EHR features in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic, from streamlining screenings to facilitating quicker communication between specialists.

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  1. Nonprofit hospitals vulnerable to coronavirus-related market fallout, Fitch says

    Continued market losses prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic will likely weaken key liquidity metrics and pressure the ratings of some nonprofit hospitals, according to a new Fitch Ratings report. 
  2. Steward Health Care: 'We are experiencing a seismic shock' from COVID-19

    Dallas-based Steward Health Care is informing employees to expect furloughs at its facilities across the U.S. as the system works to overcome the "seismic shock" of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Kaiser Health News. 
  3. Bristol Health CEO tests positive for COVID-19

    The CEO of Bristol (Conn.) Health tested positive for COVID-19, according to a message sent to employees, medical staff and board members.
  4. Bon Secours Mercy Health to furlough 700, estimates $100M monthly operating loss

    Citing a revenue hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, Cincinnati-based Bon Secours Mercy Health will furlough 700 employees and freeze wages of all nonclinical personnel, according to The Cincinnati Business Journal. 

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  1. U.S. company selling ventilators developed with tax dollars overseas, ProPublica finds

    A medical devicemaker was given $13.8 million in tax dollars from HHS last September to design and make cheap, portable ventilators to be stockpiled for emergencies. But none of the ventilators are in the U.S. stockpile, and the company has instead been selling more expensive versions overseas, an investigation from ProPublica found.
  2. Trump sticks to claim that hospitals are hoarding supplies

    President Donald Trump doubled down on his claims that hospitals are hoarding personal protective equipment during a March 30 news briefing. 
  3. Geisinger, AtlantiCare sever merger

    Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger and Atlantic City, N.J.-based AtlantiCare have reached an agreement to part ways, the two health systems announced March 31. 
  4. Spectrum Health's COVID-19 patient load could exceed capacity by early May, CEO says

    Based on the current growth rate of COVID-19 cases, the number of patients at Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Spectrum Health could exceed its capacity in early May, its top leader said. 

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  1. Atrius Health furloughs nonclinical employees, defers 20 percent of pay of others

    Newton, Mass.-based Atrius Health, the state's largest independent physician group, is temporarily closing offices, furloughing many nonclinical employees and deferring pay for remaining workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Kaiser Health News reported.
  2. Texas temporarily halts abortions amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Abortions in Texas have been temporarily halted during the COVID-19 pandemic after an appeals court overturned a federal judge's orders, according to the Texas Tribune.
  3. 9 ways hospitals can leverage AI to combat coronavirus

    As COVID-19 continues to spread across the country, hospitals are incorporating artificial intelligence into their daily operations.
  4. Joint Commission, AMA support healthcare workers bringing masks from home

    The Joint Commission supports the use of standard face masks and respirators brought from home when personal protective equipment is unavailable to healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  5. 5 hospitals seeking CMOs

    Below are five hospitals or health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CMOs.
  6. Meet the 'Covidsitters': 350+ medical students supporting hospital workers in Minnesota

    Hundreds of medical students formed a volunteer network in Minnesota to help healthcare workers with any personal needs, like child care or grocery shopping, reports STAT.
  7. 62% of US clinicians said their facility can't handle coronavirus patient influx

    A majority of U.S. clinicians (62 percent) felt that their facility was not adequately prepared to handle an influx of new coronavirus patients, according to a new survey.
  8. Half of 50 major US firms get 'F' in gender pay equity, investment group says

    Only three of 50 top U.S. companies — Citigroup, Mastercard and Starbucks — earned an "A" in gender pay equity, according to an analysis from investment manager Arjuna Capital and shareholder advocacy group Proxy Impact.
  9. COVID-19 kills 13% of people over age 80, study finds

    A new study shows that the disease caused by the new coronavirus kills about 13.4 percent of patients 80 years and older compared to 0.3 percent of patients in their 40s, according to STAT.

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