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Jan 12
‘Planning is the antidote to panic’: Providence Hospital System Defies America’s Slow Vaccine Rollout Trend

15.4 million doses of the COVID vaccine have been delivered to states, but only 4.5 million Americans have received their first shot.

Jan 08
The Challenge in Tracking Unemployment Among Health Care Workers and Why It Matters

Having accurate data on the health workforce is essential to direct policy and can help produce better results for health care providers and their patients.

Jan 07
Some Health Care Workers Say They Are ‘Forgotten’ In COVID-19 Vaccination Plans

Countless medical professionals who care for COVID-19 patients have struggled to get vaccinated.

Jan 06
N.Y. to Fine Hospitals that Fail to Use Up Vaccines

Hospitalizations in New York have doubled since early December, and daily new cases are up 27% from a week ago.

Dec 14
COVID Patients’ Crackpot Theories Take Toll on Healthcare Workers

In addition to numerous other pandemic stressors, clinicians must care for disbelieving patients while they see continued disregard for masks and social distancing as part of a calculated disinformation campaign.

Dec 10
Uber Eats and Peloton Subscriptions? Some Creative Ways Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians Fight Burnout

Despite the scope of the problem, there is plenty organizations can do to help healthcare workers.

Nov 25
Doctors Are Calling It Quits Under Stress of the Pandemic

Clinicians across the country are struggling both mentally and financially as the pandemic enters a new phase with record case numbers.

Nov 23
These Front-Line Workers Could Have Retired. They Risked Their Lives Instead.

Retired healthcare workers, most of whom were 65 years and older, had a variety of motivations for risking their lives during the pandemic.

Nov 17
‘Exhausted’: Tsunami of COVID-19 Cases Pushes Health Workers to the Breaking Point

The growing surge of COVID-19 patients is not only filling up available hospital beds, but it is straining the health care workers that are needed to actually treat the patients, to the point of debilitating burnout.

Nov 16
Telemedicine Surge Likely to Remain

The benefits of telemedicine reveal themselves as doctors and patients are forced to new forms of appointments.

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