Covid-19 is surging again. Could mask shortages make a comeback?

Hospitals in coronavirus hotspots could face another N95 mask shortage as Covid-19 hospitalizations continue to surge, Austen Hufford and Melanie Evans report for the Wall Street Journal.

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Racism and health care: Your reading list

To help you learn more about racism and its health care implications, Advisory Board's Richi Sachdev, Virginia Reid, and Joel Whitaker have pulled together a list of resources—ranging from articles and podcasts to acclaimed books and documentaries.

America reported 48,000 new coronavirus cases yesterday. Could 100,000 per day be coming?

As the United States reported its highest-ever single-day total of new coronavirus cases, Anthony Fauci on Tuesday said the United States is "going in the wrong direction" and could see more than 100,000 cases per day if transmission is not contained.

Around the nation: University Hospitals develops playbook for businesses to safely reopen

University Hospitals has developed the UH Healthy Restart Playbook, a free book of research and advice for business owners looking to safely reopen amid the Covid-19 epidemic, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, New York, and Ohio.

Who has the world's best health care system? Here's what Ezekiel Emanuel thinks.

In a recent interview with Vox's Ezra Klein, Ezekiel Emanuel—a bioethicist who served as a health policy adviser to former President Barack Obama, and current co-director of the University of Pennsylvania's Health Transformation Institute—talked about which country currently has the best health care system in the world, and why he believes the United States could top the list in 15 years.

3 ways Covid-19 could widen the maternal health gap

The Covid-19 crisis has exacerbated health disparities across the board. Advisory Board's Caleigh Dwyer and Darby Sullivan outline the three factors that may worsen maternal health outcomes, particularly for Black and Native American patients.