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    During a recent webinar, five panelists shared their strategies for staying motivated during the pandemic.
  • Pence to visit Mayo Clinic April 28

    Mayo Clinic said U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will visit its campus in Rochester, Minn., April 28 to tour facilities that support COVID-19 research and treatment.
  • WSJ: HHS chief's missteps delayed COVID-19 response

    HHS Secretary Alex Azar waited weeks to brief President Donald Trump on COVID-19 threats and oversold the agency's progress on testing and other response actions, which ultimately slowed the nation's response to the pandemic, according to The Wall Street Journal.
  • Children's hospitals 'should not be a silent bystander' during pandemic, CEO says

    Like other U.S. hospitals and health systems, Children's Mercy Kansas City (Mo.) is treating COVID-19 patients while grappling with supply chain challenges and trying to protect the safety of employees, visitors and patients' families. However, the organization, which has 367 beds between two hospitals, is not experiencing the same patient volume as many adult hospitals. As of April 20, the children's hospital had treated four COVID-19 patients.
  • Tampa General CEO John Couris: The key to effectively mobilizing for COVID-19 and how to plan for the 'new normal'

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Tampa General Hospital CEO John Couris mobilized his team quickly to ensure the hospital would be able to safely deliver care to patients.
  • Atrium Health CEO, execs pledge $2M toward employee relief fund

    Atrium Health President and CEO Gene Woods has made a personal $1 million donation toward the Charlotte, N.C.-based health system's newly established relief fund to support employees during the COVID-19 crisis, according to an internal memo obtained by Becker's Hospital Review. 
  • Ochsner Health's key tactics to promote staff well-being during COVID-19

    Physicians and other healthcare professionals working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic are faced with balancing the duty of caring for patients with concerns about their own health and well-being and that of their family and friends.
  • CEO of Children's Hospital Los Angeles: 5 standout initiatives in the fight against COVID-19

    Each day as I walk the halls of Children's Hospital Los Angeles and greet our team members, I remind them that I am smiling behind my mask. I'm reminded that I have never been more grateful to a dedicated group as I am during this incredibly challenging period of time.
  • How new leadership approach aided Swedish Health's COVID-19 response

    In a recent Harvard Business Review article, senior executives at Seattle-based Swedish Health Services said a new leadership approach to shift decisions to those closest to COVID-19 challenges has helped improve organizational agility.
  • Grace during a pandemic

    As COVID-19 reportable cases in the United States surpass 700,000, the reality of the last 90 days has ushered in tremendous challenge and change to our lives, both personal and professional.
  • What happens next?

    COVID-19 has impacted all New Yorkers, but some are being impacted more than others.
  • Viewpoint: Who's in the room where it happens will define our post-pandemic healthcare system

    Early on in the COVID-19 crisis, we were told that this infectious disease is "the great equalizer." It knows no geographic boundaries, doesn’t care what your politics are and kills people from all walks of life. More recently, though, another truth has emerged: People of color, particularly blacks, are far more likely to die from the coronavirus than whites — a stark reminder of the social inequities that plague our society. 
  • Corner Office: Why AdventHealth exec Daryl Tol reads articles he disagrees with

    Daryl Tol became president and CEO of Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth's Central Florida division in 2015. Under his leadership, AdventHealth Orlando, the health system's flagship campus, was ranked the No. 1 hospital in Florida by U.S. News & World Report for 2019-20. AdventHealth also opened its Mission Control clinical command center at the health system's Orlando campus in August, as part of a partnership with GE Healthcare.
  • 73 hospital leaders in 10 states hit hardest by COVID-19 offer advice to colleagues: If you do nothing else, at least do this 

    Seventy-three hospital and health system leaders with organizations in the 10 states hardest hit by COVID-19 shared the most critical actions for their colleagues across the U.S. to take in the next week as the virus continues its geographic spread.
  • Kaiser Permanente sends coronavirus experts to Hawaii affiliate hospital battling cluster

    Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente is sending experts to Wailuku, Hawaii-based Maui Memorial Medical Center amid a COVID-19 outbreak at the hospital, according to Honolulu Civil Beat.
  • 27 healthcare execs on Trump's economic revival task force

    President Donald Trump has created a new task force to advise the White House on reopening sectors of the economy shut down by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Seeing the best in people every day creates hope that we shall overcome this crisis together!

    If someone told you six months ago that you’ll be quarantined for three weeks (or more), would you have believed them? Our way of living, interacting, working, and socializing has changed forever since the COVID-19 virus came about.
  • Kaleida Health CEO postpones retirement, will remain at helm throughout pandemic

    Kaleida Health President and CEO Jody Lomeo, who previously shared plans to retire by year's end, will remain at the helm of the Buffalo, N.Y.-based health system through the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Buffalo News.
  • Spectrum Health Lakeland COO tests positive for COVID-19

    The COO of Spectrum Health Lakeland in St. Joseph, Mich., has tested positive for COVID-19, according to The Herald-Palladium. 
  • Hospital execs, Trump meet to discuss new ventilator sharing program

    CEOs and executives from hospitals across the nation met with President Donald Trump April 14 to discuss a new ventilator sharing program that will allow hospitals with unused ventilators to lend the equipment to others facing COVID-19 surges.

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