President Biden and his team did their homework leading up to the Inauguration. They are hitting the ground running with their comprehensive plan to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, released January 21. They know that the American people fear for our health, our healthcare system, our very lives, and now (at least on cable and social … Continue reading Biden’s Pandemic Response Plan & Healthcare Reform
Here are the three most asked questions I’ve been getting about the coronavirus pandemic. To answer them, I will digress in this post from this blog's core mission of advocacy for U.S. healthcare reform. What Are Worst-Case and Best-Case Scenarios? The worst case scenario was the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic. This graphic depicts its three … Continue reading Coronavirus FAQs: Will we get through this?
At this writing, the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide has reached 100,000 with 3,500 deaths. These numbers will be higher by tomorrow. What does this have to do with U.S. healthcare reform? A lot. Two current background articles drive home the point that a well-functioning public health system is critical for responding to a pandemic … Continue reading Coronavirus and Healthcare Reform