Physician and economist Bapu Jena discusses a pair of interesting new health policy research papers with implications for COVID-19, primary care and more.
Medical interns across the nation are starting their first days as doctors. One resident’s hopes and fears before her first shift in the COVID ICU.
With COVID-19 cases surging across the nation, how can Americans fight their coronavirus fatigue while staying safe?
What the Supreme Court’s decision protecting DACA means to one recipient caring for those most vulnerable to COVID-19.
Bloomberg senior editor Jason Gale digs into what we know — and don’t know — about asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19, also known as “silent spreaders.”
New data suggest undocumented immigrants aren’t being tested enough for COVID-19. What’s standing in the way, and what’s being done to address it?
Early on, California was conducting just 2,000 coronavirus tests a day. Now the state is up to 60,000. How did they ramp up testing?
With business models upended by COVID-19, hospitals are dusting off a decades-old model for bringing acute care into patients’ homes.
Sites known as preprint servers post research in mere days. That speed has advantages during a health crisis, but it also comes with risks.
How racism makes wearing a mask in public much more complicated for one black doctor.