Nurses with depression more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19: Study

May 25th 2022

Harvard researchers examined data from thousands of nurses. Those with depression or loneliness were significantly more likely to end up in the hospital.

New coalition aims to use digital health to improve equity

May 25th 2022

The Digital Health for Equitable Health Alliance includes historically black colleges, pharmaceutical companies and advocates for patient care.

Hurdle aims to expand mental health for patients of color

May 24th 2022

The digital health company offers culturally intentional care. Kevin Dedner, founder and CEO, says it’s needed because the mental healthcare system wasn’t designed for everyone.

Surgeon General issues advisory on burnout: 9 takeaways for health systems

May 24th 2022

Vivek Murthy said action is needed because the nation’s health is at risk. Healthcare worker shortages have spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic and are expected to worsen.

University Hospital Interim CEO Mary Maples relishes her opportunity

May 23rd 2022

In an interview with Chief Healthcare Executive, Maples talks about the COVID-19 pandemic, the transformation of the campus in Newark, N.J., and revitalizing the workforce.