The media treated Cuomo’s claims of needing 30,000 ventilators as legitimate, and the Trump administration’s competing claims as dubious.
These Washington Post opinion writers profoundly misunderstand both rural America and the at-risk demographic they’re writing about. Their COVID-19 solution? Expand telemedicine and rural broadband.
At present, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ single-payer legislation represents the far end of the continuum, but liberals will use proposals like Colorado’s ‘public option’ to get there.
The incident suggests the Michigan governor’s office is either over its head in handling the pandemic, purposefully playing politics during the crisis, or both.
Rather than produce good results for patients, overbearing regulations such as certificate-of-need laws have inflated health-care costs and created a lack of competition, leading to poor care and shortages.
MSN News recently reported that U.S. hospitals are discussing ‘do not resuscitate’ orders for coronavirus patients, ‘regardless of the wishes of the patient or their family members.’
America has the best health care system in the world, but as we brace for COVID-19’s ongoing effects, we’re faced with the reality that we almost certainly will need even more bold and decisive national action.
After both the U.S. and U.K. governments effectively shut down their citizens and economies, British scientist Neil Ferguson is walking back his doomsday forecasts.
This pandemic has the potential to strain our health-care system like nothing else in modern times. But we will get through it best without a top-down Medicare for All system.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is flat wrong. Entities in both the United States and elsewhere—including within his own government—regularly put a dollar figure on human life.
Keeping the economy humming along like normal was never an option. Even without government intervention, much of our society would eventually shut down on its own.
After she and her colleagues battle COVID-19 during the day, Rachel comes home and sews surgical masks at night. Dwindling supplies are prompting these desperate measures.
What will be the long-term impact of the Wuhan virus on the economy, higher education, homeschooling, jobs, Congress, and American politics as we know it?
It has never been a better time to be a person with Down syndrome, unless he is still in the womb.
Mounting evidence suggests that if you don’t smoke or aren’t 70 or older or have underlying health conditions, you’ll be fine—although you can spread it to other, more vulnerable people.
The crisis shows that fatalism and inaction are deadly, while aggressiveness and innovation save lives. Congress must strike a balance with a long-term vision that builds on the strengths that make America great.
This isn’t time for panic or excess worry, but calm awareness and preparedness. Stay tuned and, if necessary, be willing to make some changes to help slow the outbreak.
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