Two major journals in the healthcare space are reviewing what happened and how to move forward with data requirements after a controversial study on the impact of hydroxychloroquine led to a retraction and backlash.

Centene, one of the nation’s largest insurance and managed care companies, has teamed up with the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) to launch a research partnership that will dive into the impacts of COVID-19 on minorities.

The World Health Organization has had to clarify statements made about the spread of COVID-19 through asymptomatic people.

Machine learning is playing a key role in predicting all major forms of drug cardiotoxicity, potentially helping reduce late-stage clinical trial failures.

HHS is distributing another $35 billion from the CARES Act designated for healthcare providers responding to the crisis. The CARES Act allocated $175 billion in relief funds to hospitals and healthcare providers, especially those majorly affected by the pandemic.

Amazon Web Services is helping the World Health Organization on a slew of projects to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, including launching an app and supporting the organization’s goals to aid health workers around the world.

Kaiser Permanente is among a handful of major healthcare organizations that have promised to refund the government millions in aid meant to help health systems and hospitals deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The largest physician’s organization in the U.S., the American Medical Association, has announced its new board of trustees and president.

Reports of sky-high costs for coronavirus testing may be the exception, with the majority of testing being “relatively tame” in cost, according to an analysis by Axios.

HHS has announced new laboratory data reporting guidance for COVID-19 testing, expanding requirements for laboratories to report demographic details that can help improve the public response.

Three authors of a research study on the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients published in The Lancet have retracted their paper after it was met with backlash and scientific questions.

Only 12% of chief financial officers of hospital and health provider organizations say they plan to cut or defer spending on digital transformation of their financial systems despite 100% saying they expect a significant revenue decline this year due to the coronavirus.