As a former health insurance executive who oversaw corporate communications, I know first-hand that these recent carefully crafted commitments to racial justice are designed to paper over a shameful truth.
“Make sure she’s praised as a hero, because she was,” her father told the Times. “She’s a casualty just as much as anyone else who has died.”
In a nationwide study of 368 patients in U.S. veterans hospitals, 28% who received hydroxychloroquine and usual care died, versus 11% of those getting only routine care.
Wisconsin nurse describes the harsh realities of coronavirus in New York City
Hospitals and clinics across the United States have struggled to stay afloat amid a crippling shortage of personal protective equipment.
The effects of environmental, economic, and political discrimination have left African Americans with higher risks of chronic conditions, moving them further down the list of priority patients.
An internal government report released Monday contradicts President Trump’s assessment that hospital administrators are “thrilled to be where they are.”