The number of newly reported coronavirus cases in China are declining, and World Health Organization Assistant Director General Bruce Aylward in an interview with Vox's Julia Belluz offers some insight on how China curbed the virus' spread.
As hospitals across the country prepare for an expected influx of coronavirus patients, officials at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and University of Nebraska Medical Center—two hospitals that treated some of the nation's first coronavirus patients—share their lessons learned, Patti Neighmond reports for NPR's "Shots."
The Trump administration is weighing whether to use a national disaster program to pay providers for treating uninsured patients for the new coronavirus, as Vice President Pence on Tuesday announced that CDC will lift its current restrictions on testing Americans for the virus.
If you feel overworked, the problem might not be your job or the people you work with, but rather "whether the work on your plate is the right work for you," Sabina Nawaz, a global CEO coach, writes in Harvard Business Review.
Former Vice President Joe Biden appears to have gained momentum in the Democratic presidential race on Super Tuesday—and unlike some other Democratic candidates, he has touted an approach to health care reform that pursues a so-called "public option" rather than a single-payer system.
Rising health care prices in the United States are a frequent talking point for providers and lawmakers, but when it comes to health care for our pets, prices are actually declining—thanks in large part to price transparency, Ross Marchand, director of policy for the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, writes in a post for Catalyst.
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