As some states reopen businesses and more Americans will resume visiting their doctors, clinicians are concerned about a second wave of COVID-2 infections, according to a survey of clinical leaders.

The U.S. hit a new milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic, surpassing 100,000 deaths caused by the virus––more than anywhere else on Earth.

The World Health Organization has suspended the trial of the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine due to safety concerns.

WalletHub compared the 50 states on 14 unique metrics to determine which had the best health infrastructures to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The most commonly missed condition seems to be spinal abscess, an infection that can cause paraplegia yet was fumbled in more than 62% of cases.

Healthcare workers stepping outside their comfort zones in Tennessee are being offered free online training in skills needed during the COVID-19 crisis. Many of the materials are open to health workers across the U.S.

Healthcare providers have a fresh online resource to consult for emerging best practices on the treatment and management of COVID-19.

Humana and Cigna both announced March 30 that consumers would not have to pay for treatment related to COVID-19-covered services.

The U.S. has surpassed the rest of the world with the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins.

CMS conducted an inspection of a nursing home based in Kirkland, Washington, the Life Care Center, considered to be the epicenter of the state’s outbreak of the new coronavirus, and is planning to inspect more nursing homes impacted by the virus.

Medicaid has undergone significant changes over the last several years, both after states were allowed to expand the federal program under the Affordable Care Act and after President Trump recently announced states will be allowed to cap spending for the program.

President Trump declared a national emergency over the new coronavirus, COVID-19, on March 13, freeing up more funds to tackle the virus and respond to the crisis.