Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Special Communications

Below are links to AHA resources developed in response to novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For all coronavirus resources and news updates, visit our COVID-19 page.

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Sep 9, 2021 by Bob Clarke
Oh, and something else I don't have: anything to lose. So, if you're sitting up there with your silly little spaceships and your silly little guns and you've any plans on taking the Pandorica tonight; just remember who's standing in your way. Remember every black day I ever stopped you and then, and then, do the smart thing. Let somebody else try first.
Sep 2, 2021
This week, the State Department instructed U.S. embassies and consulates to prioritize “as emergencies on a case-by-case basis the immigrant visa cases of certain health care
Sep 2, 2021
In Becker’s Hospital Review, chief nursing officers (CNOs) this month described how they are coping with the unprecedented workforce shortage resulting from the pandemic.
Sep 2, 2021
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) released a fact sheet outlining the various personnel-related costs that can be covered by Provider Relief Fund (PRF) dollars.
Sep 2, 2021
AONL CEO Robyn Begley and President Mary Ann Fuchs will discuss the latest results of AONL's Longitudinal COVID Insight Study, which received support from the AONL
Sep 1, 2021
We’re trying to reach hospital and health system employees that have yet to be vaccinated. Using your phone, we need you to record a short message about why it’s important that people in heath settings get vaccinated.
Aug 31, 2021 by AHRMM
Though the health care industry is continuing to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, many industry leaders are also looking to build a more resilient supply chain by asking, “What could we have done diff
Aug 26, 2021
By attaching to a part of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that varies little from variant to variant, a COVID-19 antibody identified by researchers at the Washington University School
Aug 26, 2021
The overall effectiveness of three COVID-19 vaccines remains strong but is waning, according to a study of infections in U.S. front-line workers published this week by the
Aug 26, 2021
Hospitals have fewer nurses to draw on as the delta variant of COVID-19 fills hospital beds once again. Early retirements and career shifts to outpatient settings have thinned