Knowing the result of a test allows rational individual decisions.
A study of a COVID-19 outbreak in a Seattle retirement center suggests that with older patients the decision to test should not rely solely on symptoms
His patient responsibility, according to his insurer, is close to $2,000, and he fears there may be more bills to come.
What tests are being used by health officials, how much do they really cost and what developments are there to come?
Underreporting of negative tests, could be blurring what’s actually happening across the country.