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‘An Arm And A Leg’: Superheroes Of ‘Stuff’ Help Health Workers In NYC

On April 8, 2020

“An Arm and a Leg” is back — sooner than we expected — with stories about how COVID-19 intersects with the cost of health care, and how we can all respond. So we’re calling it SEASON-19.Read more

‘When It Starts Getting Into Your Local Hospital, It Becomes Real’

On April 8, 2020

Located about 45 minutes from New Orleans in one of the hardest-hit counties nationally, the 25-bed rural St. James Parish Hospital has hunkered down as staffers became infected, patient intRead more

Pandemic Delays Federal Probe Into Medicare Advantage Health Plans

On April 8, 2020

Government officials want to focus on fighting COVID-19 instead of recouping overcharges that run into the millions.Read more

Nursing Homes Have Thousands Of Ventilators That Hospitals Desperately Need

On April 7, 2020

The prospect raises a grim dilemma: Should doctors take people off life support in order to save COVID-19 patients who might recover?Read more

Dispatch From A Country Doctor: Seeing Patients Differently In The Time Of Coronavirus

On April 7, 2020

Emergency rule changes by the federal government and some insurers have made telemedicine a useful tool.Read more

Second Time Around? Health Care Issues Trump Might Tackle If Reelected

On April 6, 2020

KHN’s Julie Rovner examines what health care issues the administration might encounter if President Donald Trump wins in November.Read more

‘You Pray That You Got The Drug.’ Ailing Couple Gambles On Trial For COVID-19 Cure

On April 6, 2020

Josie and George Taylor of Everett, Washington, are two of the first people in the U.S. to recover from novel coronavirus infections after joining a clinical trial for the antiviral drug remRead more

‘You’ve Been Served’: Wisconsin Hospitals Sued Patients Even During Pandemic

On April 3, 2020

Wisconsin hospitals had filed at least 104 lawsuits in small claims court since the state declared a public health emergency March 12. Most now say they are suspending the cases; one hospitaRead more