Harvey Wertlieb was a health care entrepreneur whose companies owned and operated nursing homes, hospital units and other facilities in the Washington area.
Experiences of Las Vegas Hospital Administrator Suggest New Approach to Disaster Management Exercises
What happened at a hospital in Las Vegas after the mass shooting on the evening of October 1st has convinced the hospital’s chief executive officer to expand disaster training exercises.
As Ryan Jensen explains, his hospital, Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center, is not a designated trauma center. However, the facility ended up treating more than 100 people wounded in the mass shooting because victims were transported there by friends and other heroic citizens who found the hospital on their GPSes.
16 Professionals Tapped as Health Equity Fellows
Emerging Health Workforce Issues in Times of System Transformation
Patricia (Polly) Pittman, who co-directs the Health Workforce Institute at the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health, delivered the keynote address at the non-profit, non-partisan Alliance for Health Policy’s Summit on the Role of the Health Care Workforce on November 9th.
Blog Comments on Doctors of Osteopathic Medicines’ Growing Share of the Physician Workforce
In a blog published in Health Affairs, Edward Salsberg and Clese Erikson of the Department of Health Policy and Management at GW’s Milken Institute of Public Health discuss the implications of the reality that doctors of osteopathic medicine, or DOs, now comprise 26 percent of first-year medical students in the United States with further increases expected.