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The Department in the English Media 2020

From Rural Germany, Integrated Care Grows Into A Global Model [Health Affairs | August 2020]

Fifteen years after a precursor to the ACO formed in the Black Forest region, a value-based approach to health care gains traction.

In countries keeping the coronavirus at bay, experts watch U.S. case numbers with alarm [The Washington Post | 19.06.2020]

As coronavirus cases surge in the U.S. South and West, health experts in countries with falling case numbers are watching with a growing sense of alarm and disbelief, with many wondering why virus-stricken U.S. states continue to reopen and why the advice of scientists is often ignored.

Leading German scientist condemns British handling of coronavirus [iNews | 10.05.2020]

Professor Reinhard Busse said that the UK has been too slow to act, questioning the 'ridiculous' way deaths are counted.

Europe eases the COVID-19 lockdown: ‘We are very worried about the next phase’ [Science Business | 07.05.2020]

The resumption of normal life is being attempted, but scientists warn that a new surge in infections can’t be ruled out.

Worldwide Covid-19 policy differences `should not prevent lessons being learned´ [Shropshire Star | 06.05.2020]

Differences in coronavirus policies across the world should not be used as an excuse to not learn lessons from other nations, an expert has said. Data suggests the UK has the highest number of recorded Covid-19 related deaths in Europe, but Downing Street has warned against comparing different nations’ tolls. However, Professor Reinhard Busse, head...

Worldwide Covid-19 policy differences `should not prevent lessons being learned´ [Daily Mail | 06.05.2020]

Differences in coronavirus policies across the world should not be used as an excuse to not learn lessons from other nations, an expert has said. Data suggests the UK has the highest number of recorded Covid-19 related deaths in Europe, but Downing Street has warned against comparing different nations’ tolls. However, Professor Reinhard Busse, head...