Sep 30, 2020
We learned little about either presidential candidate's healthcare plans during the first debate. The world reaches a grim milestone, more than one million people have died from COVID-19. And as federal business aid runs out, many more could lose health insurance.
Sep 29, 2020
A social media site has emerged as an unlikely hero in the fight against vaccine misinformation. Concerns grow over conflicts of interest at a panel overseeing vaccine safety. And some psychologists say that when it comes to the COVID-19 death toll, Americans have an empathy problem.
Sep 28, 2020
Gist Healthcare co-founders Chas Roades and Dr. Lisa Bielamowicz discuss how health systems and providers are building on telehealth gains made during the pandemic.
Sep 25, 2020
New York sets up its own COVID-19 vaccine safety review committee. Walmart is delivering COVID-19 tests with drones. And President Trump says he’s sending seniors discount cards for prescription drugs.
Sep 24, 2020
Inside hospitals, there’s a debate about whether the coronavirus is airborne. The head of the FDA says science will dictate any COVID-19 vaccine approval. And Indiana opens restaurants, bars, and allows sporting events to resume.