How to spot coronavirus misinformation—and keep it from spreading

There is no shortage of news about COVID-19 online, but how do you identify the fact from fiction? Advisory Board's Madhavi Kasinadhuni and Pam Divack share key tips for finding trusted resources—and stopping the spread of misinformation.

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Our take: Hospitals just got much more flexibility to respond to COVID-19

CMS over the past few days has issued several new rules and waivers that offer hospitals and providers additional flexibilities and quicker payments to help support their response to the United States' COVID-19 epidemic. Advisory Board's Alicia Daugherty explains the steps health care leaders will need to take to expand capacity under the latest orders.

Is this lab animal the key to finding a coronavirus treatment?

Researchers say there's no perfect lab testing animal for the new coronavirus, but this genetically engineered strain of mice might be the best fit for finding a cure, James Gorman reports for the New York Times.

Around the nation: DOJ sues Anthem over MA fraud allegations

Axios reports the lawsuit is one of the biggest Medicare Advantage fraud suits ever, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Idaho, and Louisiana.

Are you stress-eating while working from home? Here's how to break the habit.

As part of social distancing efforts, many Americans are stuck at home, where they're tempted to snack on junk food all day long. Here's what experts say you can do to avoid the temptation to "stress eat."

The 2019-2020 flu season, charted

Between 38 million and 54 million people had been stricken with the flu as of March 21, according to the latest CDC data.