Information relating to novel corona virus and COVID-19
Unable to take a relaxing vacation? Short, incremental breaks can help rejuvenate
If a relaxing vacation is something that helps you rejuvenate, there are still some things you can do during the COVID-19 pandemic to avoid burnout.
My Gym Is Reopening. Is It Safe To Work Out There?
As gyms reopen across the country, here are some things to consider before heading for your workout.
‘Does this food love me?’: Expert advice to improve health while at home
For many, coronavirus-related quarantine has resulted in lower activity levels and higher food consumption, but a Maryland doctor says making even little changes can help improve your health.
With protective equipment shortages lingering, health facilities turn to mask-cleaning system
The process is part of a government-sponsored program to decontaminate and reuse what is normally single-use personal protective equipment during the novel coronavirus crisis.
Missed a health checkup due to COVID-19? Doctors urge people to reschedule
COVID-19 concerns have some people avoiding hospitals and doctors who now urge people to reschedule appointments they might have missed.
Kaiser Permanente: Health Care Hero Award Winner
At Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States, the 8,000-plus employees are trained and urged not only to take good care of others but to care for themselves as well.
Dr. Farzaneh Sabi: Health Care Hero Award Winner
In March, the Virtual Home Care Program was expanded to include all members who had been exposed to, suspected of having or had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
What your employees expect from health care today
In the midst of a global medical crisis, employees’ ability to make good use of their health plan is more critical than ever—to them, their family members, and their employers.