Tag Archives: Care

How to Safely Use Nail Care Products

[embedded content] Español Manicures and pedicures can be pretty. The cosmetic products used, such as nail polishes and nail polish removers, also must be safe—and are regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The FDA also regulates devices used to dry (or “cure”) artificial nails or gel nail polish as electronic products because they… Read More »

Health Care Workers Protect Us. It’s Time to Protect Them. – Harvard Business Review

Executive Summary Worker infections and deaths during the pandemic underscore the urgency. This is totally unacceptable. It underscores the need for health care organizations to take worker safety more seriously. This article offers five imperatives for health care leaders. If they adopt them, they can totally eliminate on-the-job injuries and illnesses. They are: 1) set a… Read More »

Health care workers say protesting racial injustice should be part of the job – STAT

Amid the dual crises of a global pandemic and a reckoning with systemic racial injustice, health workers and health educators are grappling with a momentous question that hovers between personal and professional: how much of an activist should a health care worker be? Doctors, epidemiologists, and nurses are increasingly abandoning their characteristic reticence in favor… Read More »

US Health Care Is in Flux. Here’s What Employers Should Do. – Harvard Business Review

Executive Summary The pandemic, which is wreaking havoc on the U.S. health care system, is expected to cause health care premiums for employers to rise. Instead of resorting to a short-term fix — raising copayments, deductibles, and other out-of-pocket costs for next year — they should pursue long-term solutions that can create a more resilient U.S. health care… Read More »