When COVID-19 hit the United Arab Emirates, the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) needed a new way to gather information from private hospitals to coordinate a national response.
Essential surgeries are coming back online, with the staff's hope to return to 50% of the normal schedule in June.
Starting in mid-March, IT staff members remotely trained close to 200 providers on telehealth technology in a matter of weeks
With the possibility of increased emergency department visits related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Yavapai Regional Medical Center established off-site screening and care rooms in tents.
Faced with the possibility of overtaxed hospitals without enough beds for COVID-19 patients, many health systems around the world built field hospitals to handle a potential surge.
In this Q&A, the chief medical officer of East Jefferson General Hospital outside New Orleans discusses how the organization is managing COVID-19 among a sizeable senior population.
While hospitals globally face a monumental task providing care amid a surge of COVID-19 cases, the pediatric clinicians at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. face the unique challenges of working to keep young patients safe during the pandemic.
In this episode, we’re joined by Dick Flanigan who is leading Cerner’s COVID-19 pandemic response, working to help hospitals and health system leaders around the world navigate the many changes of the public health crisis.
Circle Health is turning to creative tech solutions to make care delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic safer for patients and clinicians.
Health systems are finding new ways to provide care and protect clinicians and patients during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A Cerner associate shares the lessons he’s learned so far while leading a health care IT team in Seattle, one of the cities hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.