The federal government has predicted that more than 126,000 women could lose contraceptive coverage under the exemptions, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and Massachusetts.
The United States on Thursday reported another single-day record increase of 59,880 new coronavirus cases, and data indicates that growth in U.S. deaths tied to the virus is beginning to accelerate, as well.
When ED nurse Pamela Orlando fell ill with Covid-19, she spent the last few weeks before her death videotaping her experience to show the world how the "deathly [coronavirus] could progress," according to her son.
President Trump and members of his administration are pushing for schools to reopen in the fall, but experts are divided: Some are concerned about the possibility of children carrying the new coronavirus and transmitting it to adults, while others have said the risks of keeping children at home outweigh the risks associated with the virus.
Thirteen days ago, Daily Briefing's Ashley Fuoco Antonelli developed symptoms of Covid-19. Since then, she's had a first-hand look at America's response to the coronavirus epidemic—an experience that's been filled with delays and uncertainty.
Walgreens will invest $1 billion in VillageMD to open 500 to 700 clinics and doctors' offices at Walgreens drug stores across the country—a move that Advisory Board’s Rachel Woods and Daniel Kuzmanovich says brings the threat of primary care disruption to rural markets for the first time.