Tag Archives: care

How hospitals and at-home care providers are empowering nurses to innovate

As more than half of the healthcare workforce, nurses are indispensable to effective care delivery. But too often they’re hamstrung with suboptimal equipment, burdensome processes and inefficient workflows. And that’s under normal circumstances. After the chaos and stress of the past year and a half, many nurses are burnt out and exhausted – and some… Read More »

Labor Department Issues Emergency Rules to Protect Health Care Workers From Covid

Labor Department officials on Thursday announced a temporary emergency standard to protect health care workers, saying they face “grave danger” in the workplace from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The new standard would require employers to remove workers who have covid-19 from the workplace, notify workers of covid exposure at work and strengthen requirements for employers… Read More »

Anni Espar: Spanish Female Water Polo Player, Olympic Silver Medalist Talks About her Workout, Diet, Hair and Skin Care

Anna Espar Llaquet is a Spanish water polo player who won the gold medal at the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona. Espar also played on the Spain national team which won the silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. She scored 15 goals and was named to the Olympic All-Star Team. In 2012… Read More »

A history of abuse has a lasting impact on HIV care engagement and health outcomes

A Canadian study that followed people living with HIV for nine years found strong relationships between a history of abuse and long-term HIV care engagement and health outcomes. Participants with a history of violence or abuse, in particular childhood abuse, were more likely to discontinue care, have a detectable viral load, and be diagnosed with… Read More »

Cleveland Clinic researchers evaluate Smartphone ECG in post AFib ablation care

Direct-to-consumer ECGs could have a role in care for patients post atrial fibrillation ablation, according to a recent study published in the Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal.   Cleveland Clinic researchers found that patients using AliveCor Kardia Mobile required fewer follow up EGCs or cardiac monitoring than their peers in the control group. In the study,… Read More »