Leaders of the American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Family Physicians and American College of Physicians all cautioned against the president's plan.

Once a widespread COVID outbreak is underway, encouraging personal responsibility works about as well at mitigation as mandating widespread lockdowns.

While COVID-19 was dominating the headlines in March and April, other causes accounted for 35% of excess deaths in the U.S., according to findings published July 1 in JAMA.

The Trump administration is planning to cut funding for 13 drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites at a time when cases and deaths in the U.S. continue to skyrocket, Politico reported.

A challenge to a Trump administration rule that requires hospitals to post their prices for services online has been defeated after a U.S. judge granted a summary judgment to HHS.

CMS has announced the formation of the Office of the Burden Reduction and Health Informatics, an organized effort to reduce regulatory and administrative burden and part of the agency’s Patients over Paperwork initiative.

CMS has announced the members of the independent Coronavirus Commission on Safety and Quality in Nursing Homes, as the agency is seeking an independent review and assessment of what happened at nursing homes across the countries when COVID-19 hit.

The American College of Physicians has released its new Practice Points, which aims to provide rapid clinical advice based on evidence and offer some guidance on wearing masks and respirators.

A coalition of 12 surgeon groups has formed a new organization that aims to work with Congress to stop cuts to Medicare payments that could have an adverse effect on patients.

CMS has proposed a new rule that aims to enable value-based purchasing agreements across states with drug companies to bring down Medicaid drug prices.

A group of bipartisan senators have banded together to call for expanded telehealth benefits allowed during the COVID-19 pandemic to become permanent.

CMS Administrator Seema Verma penned an op-ed for CNN urging Americans to revisit their healthcare providers for routine care and “get back to non-COVID healthcare.”