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January 5 2022

Much has changed since the start of the pandemic. But the nation’s public health system remains fractured.

U.S. is at a pivotal moment, full of opportunity and a new focus on getting shots in arms, swabs up noses and pills into mouths and yet, several healthcare experts are raising concerns over the imbalances between the country’s scientific advances and its public health response and wide-ranging restrictions.

This Washington Post article examines the mounting challenges faced by the healthcare system and highlights possible solutions by leading medical experts in the industry including Accolade chief medical officer Dr. Shantanu Nundy who is quoted for his concerns about getting antiviral pills into the hands of low-income populations.

Read the article.