America is shutting down: How coronavirus is changing day-to-day life

So-called 'social distancing' measures are taking hold in the United States as officials look to curb the new coronavirus' spread, with schools, theme parks, stadiums, and more temporarily closing their doors—and some experts say more extreme containment efforts could be coming.

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The 10 most innovative health care companies, according to Fast Company

Fast Company has released its 2020 edition of the "World's Most Innovative Companies" list, which recognizes more than 400 enterprises. Read on to see the health care companies that made the list this year.

Weekly line: The psychology behind COVID-19 panic buying

As the new coronavirus has continued to spread throughout the world, Americans and others have rushed to stores on panic buying sprees, stocking up on hand sanitizers, bottled water, and other goods—but one item panic buyers are stockpiling has left many of us scratching our heads. Daily Briefing's Ashley Fuoco Antonelli digs in.

CMS unveils new model to cap insulin copay at $35 for some Part D beneficiaries

CMS on Wednesday announced a new voluntary model that aims to encourage health plans and drug manufacturers to cap out-of-pocket costs for beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Part D enhanced plans at $35 per month.

Around the nation: Kaiser Permanente donates $1M toward coronavirus efforts

The organizations that will receive the funding include the American Public Health Association and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Florida, and Rhode Island.

New coronavirus can survive up to 3 days on some surfaces, a new study finds

The new coronavirus can survive in the air for about three hours and on some surfaces for up to three days, according to a new study conducted by scientists from NIH, Princeton University, and UCLA. The study is awaiting peer review.

'Our new normal': Inside the Washington hospital treating dozens of coronavirus patients

Staff at EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, Washington, have treated dozens of cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, offering a look at what may be in store for the rest of nation as case counts rise, Mike Baker reports for the New York Times.

Weekend reads: How to sanitize your phone

Italians reflect on life under lockdown, how the new coronavirus has affected the entertainment industry, and more.