Alaska Gov. Dunleavy activates statewide crisis standards of care to help COVID-overwhelmed hospitals

Alaska is activating crisis standards of care for the entire state and bringing in contracted health workers as staff shortages and influx of COVID-19 patients make it difficult for hospitals to operate normally. Gov. Mike Dunleavy and top health officials announced the hospital support on Wednesday, the same day Alaska’s new single-day cases hit another record as the highly infectious deltaContinue reading “Alaska Gov. Dunleavy activates statewide crisis standards of care to help COVID-overwhelmed hospitals”

Why The United States Can’t Handle Crises – Second Thought

Covid-19, climate change, natural disasters, constant recessions, homelessness, declining life expectancy and quality of life, economic inequality…it seems like the United States is perpetually in crisis, and more often than not we fail to meet the challenge. Why is that? In this episode, we’ll explore the root cause of America’s inability to handle crises.

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