Five predictions for President Biden's first 100 days, Banner Health CEO Peter Fine on what's next for the health system, and more.
Do in-person classes drive Covid-19 spread? Here's what new research reveals. (Tuesday, January 19)
A number of schools throughout the country have reopened for in-person classes, and more are planning on reopening soon. But are children who attend in-person classes at greater risk of catching the new coronavirus than those who don't? Here's what new research says.
5 predictions for President Biden's first 100 days (Wednesday, January 20)
As President Biden took office amid America's worst coronavirus surge, his first 100 days will be anything but typical, Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns writes. Here's what Biden will have to overcome early in his term—and our five predictions for health care policies that could make the 100-day cut.
Peter Fine on his two decades of 'seeking disruption'—and what's next for Banner (Thursday, January 21)
In this edition of "Lessons from the C-suite," Peter Fine, CEO of Banner Health, talks with Advisory Board President Eric Larsen and OptumInsight CEO Robert Musslewhite about surrounding yourself with disruptors, channeling former President John Kennedy when approaching competitors, and utilizing "wise guides" to build trust.
Is it time to ditch your cloth mask—and replace it with something better? (Friday, January 22)
Face masks, and especially cloth masks, have become ubiquitous amid the coronavirus epidemic—but do cloth masks provide adequate protection for the general public, or should you consider upgrading to a medical-grade mask? Here's what public health experts recommend.