Rates of infection by influenza and other common viruses have fallen sharply amid measures intended to stem the spread of the new coronavirus. But could these other viruses grow even more dangerous than usual after social distancing lifts? Here's what experts predict.
President Biden on Wednesday signed executive orders intended to help curb America's coronavirus epidemic and took other actions that could affect federal health care policies—and his administration has signaled there's more to come. Here's what you need to know.
Americans deal with their Covid-19 diagnoses in unique ways, and some people opt to hide their illness "like it's a deep, dark secret," The Atlantic's Saahil Desai writes. Desai interviewed three so-called "Covid camouflagers" on their motivations and experiences. Here's what he discovered.
Amid America's coronavirus epidemic, more leaders are facing the unique challenge of managing "hybrid" teams. Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Rebecca Knight shares eight expert-backed ways to best manage a team of in-office and remote employees.
UnitedHealthcare last week announced it has launched a virtual primary care service in partnership with Amwell, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maryland, Minnesota, and Ohio.
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