The huge surge of COVID-19 cases over the past year meant hospitals needed to create isolation spaces quickly, while ensuring strict infection control. We speak to St Luke’s Medical Center, Quezon City, on their experience
Temporary isolation rooms are a relatively new solution in healthcare, and hospitals may be understandably unsure of its value. We speak to Professor Nick Graves of Singapore’s Duke-NUS Medical School on the cost-effectiveness of such rooms
Given that false information about the COVID-19 pandemic can lead to dire consequences, what can the healthcare industry do to combat it? Tim Morris, Commercial Portfolio and Partnership Director for Elsevier, shared his thoughts on the subject at the recent HMA conference.
With cleaning tasks increasing across hospitals, there is a need to mitigate the risk of workplace injury in cleaning staff. We speak to Bangkok Hatyai Hospital on the occupational safety measures in place
Today’s hospitals are facing a tall order, balancing costs, high cleanliness requirements and also workplace safety. We look at how adoption of the right cleaning equipment can meet these requirements.