Tradeoffs

What Keeps Me Up at Night

Many older adults were already lonely and isolated before this crisis began. How are they faring now and what’s being done to help them?

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Coronavirus Conversations: Bob Wachter, Pt. 3

Is the coronavirus situation in San Francisco calm enough that one of its top hospitals could start sending doctors to help New York City?

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After the Hospital

Is it a good idea for hospitals to send patients recovering from COVID-19 to nursing homes?

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Coronavirus Conversations: Daniela Lamas

After her hospital bans most visitors to prevent the spread of coronavirus, an ICU doctor struggles to keep her patients connected.

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Coronavirus Conversations: David Reich

A view from inside a hospital at the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak in New York City.

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Coronavirus Conversations: Amy Richardson

A doctor worries about the care her patients won’t get because of the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus Conversations: Mayra Jimenez

After coronavirus takes her job and her insurance along with it, a woman living with a chronic condition navigates her new reality.

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Coronavirus Conversations: Bob Wachter Pt. 2

California hasn’t seen the surge of COVID-19 cases that New York has. But hospitals are preparing for if it does.

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Primary Care in Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic is putting a serious strain on the country’s primary care system.

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‘Match Day’ Transcript

Note: This transcript has been created with a combination of machine ears and human eyes. There may be small differences between this document and the audio version, which is one of many reasons we encourage you to listen to the episode! Listen in Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Listen in Google Podcasts Dan Gorenstein: A quick…

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