October 5, 2020

Weekly review: Here's Amy Coney Barrett's record on key health care issues

Daily Briefing

    Here's Amy Coney Barrett's record on key health care issues (Monday, September 28)
    President Trump last month announced that he is nominating U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Here's what Barrett's past statements and rulings suggest about her views on major health care controversies.

    Why aren't kids hit as hard by Covid-19? Here's what a new study says. (Tuesday, September 29)
    Children have accounted for a very small percentage of the more than 200,000 deaths linked to the novel coronavirus in the United States so far—and a new study may shed some light as to why.

    Biden & Trump: Their biggest health care clashes in last Tuesday's debate (Wednesday, September 30)
    President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden squared off Tuesday in their first presidential debate. The candidates exchanged some heated jabs over major health care issues, including the future of the Affordable Care Act and America's response to the coronavirus epidemic. Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns highlights what you need to know.

    Q&A: Why Boulder Community Health is staying independent, according to CEO Robert Vissers (Thursday, October 1)
    In this edition of "Lessons from the C-suite," Dr. Robert Vissers, CEO of Boulder Community Health (BCH), talks with Advisory Board's Eric Larsen about staying independent, collaborating with competitors, bright spots amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and BCH's new partnership with Optum.

    Trump has tested positive for the coronavirus: What you need to know (Friday, October 2)
    President Trump in a tweet posted early Friday morning announced that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the novel coronavirus and would begin quarantining "immediately."

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