‘Unplugging,’ staying connected remotely, helping with child care and being vulnerable are among the ways to fight worry, stress and burnout.
In many cities and states, workplaces are beginning to open their doors again and employees are returning to the office. What precautions should employers take to keep their employees safe…
Health Insurance Affordability: A Call to Action for Healthcare Industry Stakeholders in the Pandemic
Even before COVID-19, working-age Americans struggled to afford healthcare coverage. Now, in the event of an economic downturn, the situation could worsen. Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn explores the findings of…
In April, Dr. Terry McInnis explained what researchers were learning and studying about the coronavirus. Now, five months later, Dr. McInnis shares even more information about testing, the risk of…
How can parents help support the mental health of their kids and ensure the upcoming school year is a positive one—no matter where “school” is or what it looks like?
Grief is a normal response to loss. We’ve all lost something during COVID-19, and it’s OK to grieve that loss.
Telehealth usage surged because of COVID-19. Now, our customers are shifting gears to use virtual health technology—and we’re here to help.
Shoshana Ungerleider, M.D., founder of the End Well Project, discusses the importance of communications skills and palliative care when discussing end-of-life issues with patients.
The hospital-at-home concept isn’t new, but the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated its usage.
Payers and providers need to examine all activities, not just medical activities, that impact the care of a population. That’s why population health analytics are so critical.