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It will be the president's second major trip away from the White House since March when much of the country went into lockdown mode as coronavirus cases and deaths mounted.
GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill concede they do not have safety net legislation ready to catch the millions of Americans who would find themselves suddenly without health insurance during a potential second coronavirus wave.
Grim stories about the toll that coronavirus is taking on nursing homes leave out the heroism of workers—and our unanswered calls for help.
Yes, President Donald Trump's coronavirus response has been an unequivocal disaster. But this crisis has deeper roots.
As unemployment has surged, Americans whose employment is often tied to their jobs will lose their current health care coverage.
Set to Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York," the short is a tribute to the city and the health care workers putting their lives on the line during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Blue Angels will begin their flyover in Dallas-Fort Worth at 11 a.m.
Eighty percent of Americans also support reforming the nation's health care system so no one pays more than 10 percent of income on insurance.
Doctors and patients must prepare for the chronic phase of the coronavirus.
The Utah senator proposed the bonus for all coronavirus pandemic essential workers, ranging from hospital employees to grocery store staff.
Democrats have proposed a Heroes Fund that would provide front-line workers with a $25,000 bonus, equivalent to a $13-per-hour pay bump.
"Seeking care when exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or when suspecting of having been infected by the coronavirus is a critical element in combating the outbreak," the Gallup report noted.
After nearly half of all Maryland COVID-19 deaths were linked to nursing homes, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday that an executive order will require facility staff and residents to be tested for the virus regardless of whether they are showing symptoms.
Health care professionals working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic complain that they do not have the needed equipment, putting their own health in jeopardy
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins criticized Governor Abbott's plan reopening some businesses on a limited basis on Monday, and he urged residents to err on the side of science and stay home.
Coronavirus relief packages set aside $175 billion for a health care provider relief fund for hospitals treating the most vulnerable coronavirus patients, but experts told Newsweek the money likely will go to large hospital systems instead.
Members of American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) held a protest Wednesday morning outside Salem Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Virginia.
"The absurdity and cruelty of our employer-based, private health insurance system should now be apparent to all," the senator from Vermont wrote.
Pharmacy benefit management company Express Scripts says use of anti-anxiety medications increased more than 34 percent from mid-February to mid-March.
By offering workers the opportunity and affordability to remain on their employer-based plan by subsidizing COBRA premiums, Democrats said it could avoid coverage gaps or forcing people to change plans or providers amid a pandemic.
There are health care workers across America, without symptoms or with mild ones, who can't get tests or enough masks, gowns and gloves. And it doesn't have to be this way.
"The COVID-19 epidemic highlights the folly of tying health coverage to jobs," a co-author of the analysis told Newsweek.
Avoid toxic, divisive rules. Make sure doctors remain their patients' champions. And, above all, save as many lives as possible.
Health care rationing already exists in the United States. It's done by ability to pay, and now it's making us all more vulnerable.
COVID-19 is washing away any veneer of equal opportunity or risk. As we navigate these treacherous times, three principles can provide us with a moral and practical compass.
America's dangerous dependence on emergency rooms is increasing the risk of rationing. We must ready the future of medicine to fight today.
Yes, the United States rations medical care by ability to pay. We can't have that happen as we fight COVID-19.