Rural hospitals have been closing at a quickening pace in recent years, but a number of inner-city hospitals now face a similar fate. Experts fear that the economic damage inflicted by the COVID pandemic is helping push some of these urban hospitals over the edge at the very time their services are most needed.
Hospital employees say they must choose between their paychecks and their health or that of their families. Returning to work with symptoms also risks infection among the patients they are meant to heal.
Language in the CARES Act says providers who take emergency funding cannot balance-bill coronavirus patients ― and “every patient” is considered a possible COVID-19 patient.
Hidden costs for ER visits and other fees could cost people thousands of dollars.
Para el 5 de marzo, Andrew Cencini, profesor de ciencias de la computación en el Bennington College de Vermont, había tenido episodios de fiebre, malestar y dificultad para respirar por un par de semanas. Justo antes de enfermarse, había viajado a Nueva York, ayudado con computadoras en una prisión local y salido en múltiples llamadas […]
Three senators on a revived subcommittee received more than $100,000 each from drugmakers.
The candidates talked about their views on how this public health crisis should be managed. Though they disagreed on many points, they shared disapproval of the Trump administration’s response.
The stakes appeared higher in this debate as candidates focused on the upcoming South Carolina primary this weekend and Super Tuesday.
En el debate número 10 realizado en Charleston, Carolina del Sur, también se unieron para atacar al senador por Vermont Bernie Sanders, actual favorito.
Candidates’ tough health policy talk strayed far from hope for unity.