CHIBE efforts to address COVID-19

Returning more kids to school is going to require a bolder plan
The Washington Post
Meredith Matone

Why human brains are bad at assessing the risks of pandemics
The Washington Post
Howard Kunreuther

Revise COVID-19 relief-fund decisions to target disparities
The Seattle Times
Amol Navathe

Despite a network of testing options, COVID-19 test result wait times remain too high
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Carolyn Cannuscio

Assessing Health Data Privacy Damages During A Pandemic
Law 360
George Loewenstein

Using PennOpen Pass for the early detection of COVID-19
Penn Today
Kevin Volpp

Ensuring an ethical path to a ‘warp speed’ vaccine
Penn Today
Harald Schmidt, Alison Buttenheim

Expert Reveals How the COVID-19 Pandemic Shows the Need for Greater Efficiencies in U.S. Healthcare Delivery
CardRates
Anmol Navathe

COVID vaccinations could use a nudge
The Boston Globe
Mitesh Patel

Decision-making and anxiety in the time of COVID-19
Penn Today
Sudeep Bhatia

Should nursing homes be abolished as coronavirus exposes their fatal flaws?
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Rachel Werner

How the Pandemic Has Changed Us Already
The Atlantic
Katy Milkman

Coping with non-COVID Patients: An Operations Management Model
Knowledge @ Wharton
Ryan Greysen

How Hospitals Can Meet the Needs of Non-Covid Patients During the Pandemic
Harvard Business Review
Ryan Greysen, Scott Halpern

Penn Medicine gets $2.5M to study RPM’s effect on COVID-19 disparities
Healthcare IT News
Kit Delgado

One of Google’s top doctors explains how its coronavirus response is feeding into its long-term plans to reinvent how people get health information
Business Insider
Dr. Karen DeSalvo

Trying to make sense of Atlanta crime in the coronavirus era
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution
David Abrams

Who Will Get the COVID-19 Vaccine First?
Complex
Harald Schmidt

Nursing Home Families Yearn to Visit Loved Ones Again
The New York Times
Jason Karlawish

A Fake Shot May Be Your Ticket to the Front of the Vaccine Line
Bloomberg Law
Harald Schmidt

US coronavirus testing has dropped dramatically: a 13% decrease in 2 weeks. Public-health experts say the system is broken.
Business Insider India
Carolyn Cannuscio

COVID-19 Long-term Mental Health Care with Dr. Rinad Beidas
WMMR
Rinad Beidas

Once US healthcare workers get a coronavirus vaccine, who will be next?
Quartz
Harald Schmidt

Are You a Candidate for Donald Trump’s Coronavirus Vaccine?

National Interest
Harald Schmidt

U.S. Health Care Systems Weren’t Prepared for COVID (Podcast)
Bloomberg
Vivian Lee

Big Tech Companies are Helping Employers Test Workers
OHS
Vivian Lee

UnitedHealth Group studies COVID-19 risks with sickle cell
Minneapolis StarTribune
Deneen Vojta

Coronavirus – Africa: World Mask Week aims to inspire global movement to wear face coverings in public
Africanews English
Karen DeSalvo

Nation’s Leading Vaccine Authorities Urge Thorough Review of Safety and Efficacy of COVID-19 Vaccines
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Rebekah Gee

Health Experts to FDA: Make Your Vaccine Deliberations Public
The New York Times
Rebekah Gee

COVID Business Interruption Suits Top 700 with More to Come
Insurance Journal
Tom Baker

The US’s contact-tracing system is broken. Testing delays set it up for failure.
Business Insider
Carolyn Cannuscio

Conspiracy Theories Around COVID-19 Continue to Spread. Experts Weigh in on Why People Believe Them
Yahoo
Jess Fishman

Pa. cancels on volunteer coronavirus contact tracers, moves to hire 1000 paid staff
Philadelphia Inquirer
Lyle Ungar

Federal unemployment benefit lapse will hurt healthcare workforce
Modern Healthcare
Atheendar Venkataramani

Is the threat of COVID vaccine hesitancy getting enough attention?
Penn Today
Damon Centola, Carmen Guerra, Katherine Milkman, Mitesh Patel, Angela Duckworth

Florida breaks state’s single-day death record for third day in a row
CBS News
Rebekah Gee

How tech companies can help combat the pandemic and reshape public health
One News Page
Karen DeSalvo

Contact Tracing Is Failing in Many States. Here’s Why
New York Times
Carolyn Cannuscio

Coronavirus cases among children rise in North Carolina
CBS17
Charlene Wong

The U.S. Can’t Count Covid-19
Bloomberg
Meredith Matone

So you think your California county is tracing contacts of sick people? Maybe not
Cal Matters
Carolyn Cannuscio

No mask? Behavioral scientists on how we make pandemic decisions.
Market Place
Gretchen Chapman

Who will get the first shot when the coronavirus vaccine arrives?
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Harald Schmidt

COVID-19 Is Proof of Just How Socially Determined Health Is
Vice
Atheendar Venkataramani

Something in the air—what is known about covid-19 transmission?
The Economist
Vivian Lee

How to stay sane and active during the coronavirus outbreak
Fox 8
Carolyn Cannuscio

Duke pediatrician, mom asks state to follow science to get kids back into classrooms amid COVID-19
ABC11 EyeWitness News
Charlene Wong

Web-based platforms provide supporting resources for Penn Medicine staff
Penn Today
Joanna Hart

How COVID tests are becoming a lot less uncomfortable—and safer for nurses
Fast Company
Deneen Vojta

For residents’ good, nursing homes should consider re-allowing visitors
Washington Post
Jason Karlawish

Some Americans refuse to mask up. Rules, fines and free masks will change that, experts say
USA Today
Angela Duckworth

Study of Coronavirus in Pregnant Women Finds Striking Racial Differences
New York Times
Carmen Guerra

Who gets a vaccine first? US considers race in Covid-19 plans
The New York Times
Harald Schimdt

Fighting the coronavirus infodemic
Axios
Alison Buttenheim

America Has a Sick Obsession with Covid-19 Polls
Wired
Damon Centola

How we make decisions during a pandemic
The Week
Damon Centola, Gretchen Chapman

Facing a world clamoring for help with COVID-19, scientists are changing how they work
Daily Record
Alison Buttenheim

Mayor de Blasio, Bring Back Summer Jobs
New York Times
Judd Kessler

5 Lessons from Penn Medicine’s Crisis Response
HBR
Roy Rosin, David Asch

Just 50% of Americans plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s how to win over the rest
Science
Damon Centola

Penn Law Launches COVID Coverage Litigation Tracker (CCLT) to Track Property Casualty Insurance Claims
Global Legal Chronicle
Tom Baker

5 factors explaining vast differences in how each of us responds to dangers posed by COVID-19
Genetic Literacy Program
Damon Centola

Newell: We might be done with COVID, but COVID’s not done with us
WWL News
Rebekah Gee

Research shows patients and clinicians rated telemedicine care positively during COVID-19 pandemic
Penn Medicine
Shivan Mehta

Everything you’ve read about contact tracing apps is wrong
Medium
Lyle Ungar

Should you confront someone who isn’t wearing a mask? Here’s what the experts advise.
NJ.com
Carolyn Cannuscio, Angela Duckworth, Lyle Ungar

Research Shows Patients and Clinicians Rated Telemedicine Care Positively During COVID-19 Pandemic
Penn Press Release
Shivan Mehta

Exploring the links between jobs and health, reframed by COVID-19
Penn Today
Carolyn Cannuscio

Surveillance: China’s Credit Push (Podcast)
Bloomberg
Vivian Lee

Big Tech Zeros In on the Virus-Testing Market
The New York Times
Vivian Lee

Verily launches COVID-19 monitoring program for employees returning to work
Becker’s Health IT
Vivian Lee

One idea for employers to control healthcare costs? Partner with hospitals, Verily exec suggests
Becker’s Hospital Review
Vivian Lee

Healthcare Leaders Form Taskforce on Telehealth Policy
Yahoo Finance
Rebekah Gee

Virtual care at a virtual conference: Telehealth will remain post-pandemic, experts say at AHIP
Healthcare Dive
Karen Desalvo

As movie theaters reopen, they’re tackling a role they never expected to play: psychologist
Washington Post
Deborah Small

How to form a COVID-19 social bubble
ABC News
Carolyn Cannuscio

Social Media’s ‘Infodemic’
WHYY
Alison Buttenheim

As America reopens, here’s how to assess the risk of shopping and dining out
LA Times
Carolyn Cannuscio

Adam Grant on how jobs, bosses and firms may improve after the crisis
Economist
Adam Grant

Indoors, yelling and packed crowds: Experts sound alarm ahead of Trump’s Tulsa rally amid coronavirus
ABCNews
Alison Buttenheim

COVID-19 linked to drop in pediatric asthma emergency department utilization
News Medical Life Sciences
Chen Kenyon

Can contact tracing stop the spread of COVID-19?
Penn Today
Carolyn Cannuscio, Kevin Volpp, David Asch

Rapid changes to health system spurred by COVID-19 might be here to stay
YourSun
Gail Wilensky

How the pandemic has transformed the telehealth industry forever
Fortune
Vivian Lee

Fee for service is a terrible way to pay for health care. Try a subscription model instead
StatNews
Vivian Lee

Retracted COVID-19 studies expose holes in vetting of data firms
WTVB
Deneen Vojta

Can contact tracing stop the spread of COVID-19?
Penn Today
Carolyn Cannuscio, Kevin Volpp, David Asch

Is It Safe To Take An Uber, Lyft Or Taxi During Coronavirus?
HuffPost
M. Kit Delgado

Researchers analyze ethics of allocating medical resources in COVID-19
PennToday
Jason Karlawish

PM offers India sharing of successful cash transfer programme to counter COVID-19 fallout
Associated Press of Pakistan
Heather Schofield

Meeting the Challenge of Vaccination Hesitancy: Q&A with Damon Centola
Annenberg School of Communication
Damon Centola

What is a ‘double bubble’—and how could it help fight Covid-19?
Advisory Board
Carolyn Cannuscio

Already in fiscal crisis, rural hospitals face COVID-19
Penn Today
Joanna Hart

How the COVID-19 Lockdown Is Affecting India’s Households
Knowledge at Wharton
Heather Schofield

Can contact tracing stop the spread of COVID-19?
Medical Xpress
Carolyn Cannuscio, Kevin Volpp, David Asch

Philly Is About to Start Outdoor Dining. But How Safe Is It?
Philadelphia Magazine
Alison Buttenheim

Is it safe to go to a nail salon now? What experts want you to know
Today
Carolyn Cannuscio

Meet the 16 power players advising Joe Biden on crucial healthcare issues from the coronavirus …
Business Insider
Rebekah Gee

As Jersey Shore coronavirus cases prove value of contact tracing, post-protest testing in Philly could be scarce
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Carolyn Cannuscio

How tech companies can help combat the pandemic and reshape public health
TedTalks
Karen Desalvo

How tech companies can help combat the pandemic and reshape public health
One News Page
Karen Desalvo

With COVID-19 cases down, Philadelphia and suburbs move to ‘yellow’ reopening status Friday
Alison Buttenheim

With COVID-19 cases down, Philadelphia and suburbs move to ‘yellow’ reopening status Friday
Philadelphia Inquirer
Alison Buttenheim

Ayanna Pressley Says Black People Are ‘Managing a Pandemic Within a Pandemic’ When It Comes to Police Brutality
Newsweek
Atheendar Venkataramani

Louisiana Hospitals Reduce Causes Of Maternal Mortality, But Black Women Remain At Higher Risk
WWNO
Rebekah Gee

Pa. Senate Democrats look to address disparate impacts of coronavirus on African Americans
PAPost
Carmen Guerra

Johns Hopkins effort provides pandemic models to policymakers around the world
HUB
Daniel Polsky

Prioritizing Equity video series: Police Brutality & COVID-19
American Medical Association
Atheendar Venkataramani

Thompson-Lowenstein: Why Americans are tiring of social distancing and hand-washing
The Palm Beach Post
George Lowenstein

Is It Safe Yet To Get Your Physical Or A Dental Checkup?
NPR
David Asch

‘I’m smiling under here’: Masks, plexiglass and questions the norm as hospitals lure patients back in COVID-19 era
US Today
David Asch

‘People probably aren’t going to react kindly or openly to being policed’: How to deal with someone who refuses wear a face mask’
MarketWatch
Gretchen Chapman

Cause of death: COVID-19, police violence or racism?
Los Angeles Times
Atheendar Venkataramani

How to Add a Covid Surcharge Without Alienating Customers
Inc
George Lowenstein

As states reopen, here’s what parents should know about distanced play dates, expanded social bubbles and more
Washington Post
Alison Buttenheim

America’s reopening is dangerous. Canada has a better idea.
Vox
Carolyn Cannuscio

Seniors with COVID-19 taking ACE inhibitors have lower hospitalization risk
YaleNews
Deneen Votja

Conversations on climate action and contact tracing: Week 2 at TED2020
TedBlog
Karen Desalvo

Performing organ transplants safely amid the COVID-19 outbreak
Penn Today
Peter Reese

Developing a COVID-19 vaccine is just half the battle — you have to get Americans to take it
USA Today
Katherine Milkman, Angela Duckworth, and Mitesh Patel

How to deal with someone who refuses wear a face mask
Buzzfeed
Gretchen Chapman

They’re Working In Healthcare During A Pandemic. They Don’t Get Health Insurance.
Buzzfeed
Atheendar Venkataramani

COVID-19 Takes Heavy Toll On People With Dementia — Even Those Who Survive
WBUR
Jason Karlawish

Is now the time to go for an annual physical exam or health screening?
WHYY
David Asch

Penn Medicine COVID watch program assesses patients through text check-ins
The Daily Pennsylvanian
David Asch

Older and immunocompromised people don’t deserve to be second-class citizens
Vox
Carolyn Cannuscio

Saving the economy means reopening wisely and changing minds
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Josh Liao, Amol Navathe

There Are 3 Things We Have to Do to Get People Wearing Masks
The New York Times
Angela Duckworth, Lyle Ungar

Women scientists’ voices aren’t as loud during this pandemic. A Wisconsin epidemiologist and her ‘nerdy girls’ want to change that.
USA Today
Alison Buttenheim

Why we make better money decisions during a crisis
Fast Company
Mark Pauly

Protests, masks and public health: where do my rights end and yours begin?
WHYY
Alison Buttenheim

How we make decisions during a pandemic
Knowable Magazine
Damon Centola, Gretchen Chapman

Penn study finds political beliefs affect how Americans follow distancing guidelines
The Daily Pennsylvanian
Harsha Thirumurthy

Colleges plan for on-campus classes, even as scientists warn of risk of COVID-19
Boston Globe
Kevin Volpp

What’s on the AI wish list for 3 healthcare execs
Becker’s Healthcare Review
Karen Desalvo

Google wants to give ‘superpowers’ to clinicians. Today it’s helping them find hotel rooms
FierceHealthcare
Karen Desalvo

Trump’s hydroxychloroquine obsession is slowing the search for a coronavirus treatment
Mic
Deenen Vojta

A pandemic plan was in place. Trump abandoned it — and science — in the face of Covid-19
STAT
Jason Karlawish

Our Views: Medicaid expansion is helping Louisiana weather the coronavirus crisis, in more ways than one
The Advocate
Rebekah Gee

Going to the hospital with COVID-19 symptoms can be a tough call. This Penn text program makes it easier
The Philadelphia Inquirer
David Asch

Q&A – What to Do When Your Kid Is Angry About the Coronavirus
Qualtrics
Angela Duckworth

CNN coronavirus town hall
CNN
Angela Duckworth

Humana Execs Call for New Global Payment System to Unlock Home-Based Care
Home Health Care News
Kevin Volpp

For Cancer Patients, Anguish Grows Over Deferred Surgery As Risk Rises
WMAU
Ravi Parikh

Steep decline in organ transplants amid COVID-19 outbreak
Penn Today
Peter Reese

Apple-Google effort not a panacea for contact tracing 
MedCityNews
Karen DeSalvo

Dr. Karen DeSalvo on “putting information first” during COVID-19
Google Blog
Karen DeSalvo

How Louisiana’s Massive Effort To Test And Trace Coronavirus Cases Could Fall Short
WWNO Radio
Rebekah Gee

States are letting stay-at-home orders expire, regardless of virus metrics
Politico
Alison Buttenheim

How will COVID-19 leave its mark on health care?
KCRW
Amol Navathe

Louisiana hiring 700 coronavirus contact tracers, governor says
4WWL
Rebekah Gee

Newell: Mask Crusaders on a mission to stock America’s hospitals
4WWL Radio
Rebekah Gee

What are ‘superspreader’ events and how have they caused coronavirus outbreaks in US?
The Modesto Bee
Rebekah Gee

Contact tracing by app: life-saving or invasion of privacy?
The Pittsburgh-Post Gazette
Lyle Unger

How Does Contact Tracing Work, Exactly?
Shape
Carolyn Cannuscio

When — and How — Should the U.S. Economy Reopen?
Knowledge@Wharton
Iwan Barankay

Covid-19 Crisis: Gretchen Chapman, PhD on the Psychology of Vaccinations
Association for Psychological Science
Gretchen Chapman

Organ transplants dive amid virus crisis, start to inch back
American Press
Peter Reese

Tragic Drop in Life-Saving Organ Transplants Amid COVID-19 Outbreak 
SciTechDaily
Peter Reese

Over one-third of Indian households may run out of resources in another week: CMIE Survey
Economic Times
Heather Schofield

Over 80% of Indian Homes Lost Income in Lockdown, Study Says

Bloomberg Technology
Heather Schofield

Lockdown hit: 84% of Indian households record dip in their income
Deccan Herald
Heather Schofield

Indians are getting complacent about Covid-19 — just what the virus wants
The Print
Heather Schofield

How Indian households are coping under COVID-19 lockdown
One India
Heather Schofield

Protesters should demand coronavirus safety and a reopened economy. We can have both
USA Today
Kit Delgado

Helping contact centers respond rapidly to customer concerns about COVID-19
Google Blog
Kevin Volpp

Why Opening the Economy Won’t Be the Stimulus We’re Hoping For
LDI Health Policy$ense
Amol S. Navathe, Atheendar Venkataramani

The death rate from coronavirus is lower than we think. That’s bad news
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Mark Pauly

Coronavirus tracing could be the key to re-opening the economy 
Eyewitness News
Rebekah Gee