Americans remain politically divided about how serious the novel coronavirus epidemic is and what steps should be taken to address it—but changing a few words in how officials describe the epidemic and response efforts could significantly improve people's willingness to take the epidemic seriously, according to a new poll.
The United States on Thursday once again reported daily records for new coronavirus cases and Covid-19 hospitalizations, and data shows that coronavirus-related death rates are rising throughout the country.
As Covid-19 cases surge, America is facing yet another viral threat that could kill tens of thousands of people: the annual flu season. Daily Briefing's Ashley Fuoco Antonelli shares two reasons why America's flu season has been mild to date—and two reasons why it might yet get worse.
Hospitals and health systems across the country are facing new surges of Covid-19 cases. To help you prepare, Advisory Board experts spoke with leaders of Mount Sinai Health System, an eight-hospital health system that was at the epicenter of the first Covid-19 surge in New York City this spring.
As the National Football League has made big changes to limit the spread of Covid-19, there's been less emphasis on a rare and little understood brain disease that previously was a growing focus for researchers and the public. Daily Briefing's Ben Palmer explores what researchers know about chronic traumatic encephalopathy—and what's being done to prevent it.
Tenet Healthcare has tapped J. Roger Davis to serve as CEO and president of its subsidiary Conifer Health Solutions, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Pennsylvania and Texas.