Individuals verified as “certified recovered” from COVID-19 could help jumpstart the economy by working in health care, transportation, retail and more.
Unlike other countries, it has so far avoided both isolation and economic ruin.
Data from recent days point to encouraging results as a result of statewide stay at home orders. Researchers examined deaths and caseloads for California and New York.
Human health is obviously crucial, but epidemiological models should not ignore economic and ethical considerations.
Social isolation measures only for those at highest risk and aggressive contact tracing are more effective and less expensive than sending everyone home and shutting down the economy, Hay and Gong write.
Researchers tried to untangle the complicated connection between feelings of vulnerability and behavior change in response to the coronavirus.
Schaeffer Initiative researchers investigate marketing claims made by ACA non-compliant health insurers about coverage amid the pandemic.
Melnick focuses on the need and options to regulate hospital out-of-network emergency prices. Using data from California, he analyzes potential benchmarks for setting these prices.
Economists use the “value of a statistical life” to think about trade-offs between personal risk and money. It says we need to act on COVID-19 now.
People across the U.S. are changing their behaviors and practicing social distancing while their perceptions about getting sick, dying and quarantined are increasing.