Coronavirus (Covid-19) and disability: A year later, and millions of cases later, patients struggle for disability

Filed Under: Costs, Health plans, Patients

Coronavirus (Covid-19) and disability: A year later, and millions of cases later, patients struggle for disability

J., a long Covid patient from the Midwest, is still suffering extreme symptoms more than a year later — tachycardia, extreme fatigue and other symptoms. Walking the dog around the block, she said, raised her heart rate to 212 beats per minute. Like many other Americans with office jobs, she has been working remotely. Yet […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the office: When returning to the workplace doesn’t go smoothly

Filed Under: Patients, Providers

Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the office: When returning to the workplace doesn’t go smoothly

By BEN GLICKMAN and PHOEBE PINDER For a speech therapist in Tennessee, options to work remotely have all but vanished. In March, the pediatric disability clinic where she works transitioned to telehealth, which has allowed her and her colleagues to work remotely during the pandemic. But the state’s Medicaid partner stopped covering telehealth on June […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19) and work: Here’s how some are returning to the workplace

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) and work: Here’s how some are returning to the workplace

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has sent a lot of people out of the workplace, especially in places like New York, the center of the pandemic. As the New York area cautiously starts to leave full lockdown, examples of workplace practices are being discussed. Employees are waiting to hear what’s up at their workplace, and what has been […]