Industry News
SmartBrief Originals
Best practices, case studies and practical tips for Health Care Professionals.
Managing type 2 diabetes with a low-carbohydrate diet
Sponsored Content

How healthful foods can help patients live better

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: Onboarding extra staff

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: The vaccine rollout

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

What will health insurance look like in the new normal?

Industry executives discuss telehealth, mental health care, the impact of member churn and more.

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: What gives clinicians hope

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: What the public should know

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

4 takeaways from the AHIP policy conference

Policy priorities expected to gain traction as the pandemic wanes.

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: Managing fatigue and burnout

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

What health care innovations will live on after the pandemic?

The need for integrated care is greater than ever, experts say.

Which health care issues will matter most after the pandemic?

Access to coverage, care and medication will grab headlines again, experts say.

Pandemic perspectives from the ICU: Helpful protocols

Critical Care SmartBrief is asking readers to share their COVID-19 experience from the ICU.

Health care stakeholders collaborate to get COVID-19 vaccines in arms

Government officials and health insurance providers are working to get COVID-19 vaccines distributed as quickly -- and equitably -- as possible.

The Post-Pandemic Life Sciences Landscape: How a crisis enabled innovation, collaboration and a new way forward

Keeping what worked after the pandemic will require regulatory changes that outlast the emergency and a recognition of the value of new approaches.

Pages