Aaron Glatt of Mount Sinai Addresses the Major Concern of Obesity on COVID-19

March 17, 2022

Aaron Glatt, MD, Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Chief of Infectious Diseases/Hospital Epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau and Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, addressed to MHE the degree obesity is a risk factor at for severe COVID-19 and what those reasons are for obesity increasing the risk. This video is in correlation to Managed Healthcare Executive's March Issue cover story highlighting the dangerous pairing of COVID-19 and Obesity.

Katherine Saunders of Intellihealth Talks About the Severity of Obesity on COVID-19

March 15, 2022

Saunders, co-founder at Intellihealth and assistant professor of Clinical Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, addressed to MHE the degree obesity is a risk factor at for severe COVID-19 and what those reasons are for obesity increasing the risk. This video is in correlation to Managed Healthcare Executive's March Issue cover story highlighting the dangerous pairing of COVID-19 and Obesity.

Replenishing a Depleted Workforce: How to Support Healthcare Workers Through COVID-19

February 24, 2022

With the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing and alarming levels of healthcare workers still experiencing stress, burnout, and other negative feelings surrounding their work, it's time to return the favors they've given countless others.

No Giving It Short Shrift: COVID-19 Can Be a Long Haul

February 09, 2022

“Long COVID” is more likely to affect older people and those who have been hospitalized, but younger people with milder symptoms are not immune to lingering symptoms. One plausible explanation is that the infection results in the activation of autoantibodies.