We wrap up our COVID-19 popup season with stories from three folks with very different takes on what we’ve learned so far about what the pandemic is costing us:
A doctor and advocate in Brooklyn looks back on the wave of black and brown patients that filled her clinic in March.
A nurse-practitioner in Texas looks at how new tech is—and isn’t—helping the older patients she cares for.
And: One of the country’s top insurance nerds says her first policy ideas to keep people from getting stuck with high bills for COVID tests … were wrong.
Get ready for the hug shortage, the new abnormal, and the $7,000 COVID test.
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