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Funding available for Lake CDA phosphorus reduction

by Logan Finney, Idaho Reports There’s less than one week left to apply for a new grant to help prevent an ecological chain reaction that could devastate one of Idaho’s most iconic lakes. The $2 million in funding is available specifically for shovel-ready projects that will reduce the flow of phosphorus from the Coeur d’Alene Basin into Lake Coeur d’Alene.Continue reading “Funding available for Lake CDA phosphorus reduction”

¿QUÉ SIGNIFICAN LAS NORMAS DE ATENCIÓN EN CASO DE CRISIS?

¿QUÉ SIGNIFICAN LAS NORMAS DE ATENCIÓN EN CASO DE CRISIS? Las normas de atención de crisis se implementan en circunstancias extremas cuando hay más personas que necesitan atención médica que recursos disponibles para ayudar a todos. Esto establece un marco para que los trabajadores de la salud prioricen cómo usar los recursos y a quién ayudar primero. El plan “IdahoContinue reading “¿QUÉ SIGNIFICAN LAS NORMAS DE ATENCIÓN EN CASO DE CRISIS?”

What do crisis standards of care mean for Idaho?

Crisis standards of care are implemented in extreme circumstances in which there are more people in need of health care than there are resources available to help everyone. It sets up a framework for health care workers to prioritize how to use resources and who to help first. The Idaho Crisis Standards of Care plan “will be activated during disasterContinue reading “What do crisis standards of care mean for Idaho?”

Crisis standards of care activated statewide

By Melissa Davlin, Idaho Reports Crisis standards of care has been activated statewide, as hospitals across the state continue to buckle under the strain of COVID-19 patients, most of whom are unvaccinated. St. Luke’s Health System requested the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare make the designation. The Crisis Standards of Care Committee met virtually on Sept. 15th and recommendedContinue reading “Crisis standards of care activated statewide”

Families struggle to find local care as Idaho hospitals hit crisis

By Melissa Davlin, Idaho Reports On Monday, Diana Rowe took her 82-year-old father, James, to the emergency room at North Canyon Medical Center in Gooding. He was dehydrated and weak, and a home health provider told Rowe to take him to the hospital right away. When they arrived, the hospital was “jam-packed,” Rowe told Idaho Reports. Instead of putting JamesContinue reading “Families struggle to find local care as Idaho hospitals hit crisis”

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