In "CBS This Morning's" continuing Bill of the Month partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR, Gayle King examines one woman's claim that she received a surprise out-of-network bill for a knee surgery performed by an in-network doctor. Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, discusses why people are getting these surprise bills and what patients need to know to avoid them.
Local leaders in Florida are cracking down on people and businesses in violation of public health rules in an effort to slow "exponential" spread of the coronavirus. And as young people increasingly test positive, concerns are growing about their role in the rate of transmission and the potentially dire impact the virus can have on their health. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has temporarily suspended the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine from a global trial for COVID-19 treatments for a safety review. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to explain why the drug was dropped from the global study. He also addresses the WHO warning that countries reopening could face an "immediate second peak" of the virus if safety measures are lifted too soon.
A Denver father was billed more than $3,200 in medical charges after an ER visit for coronavirus-like symptoms. In a continuing Bill of the Month partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR, “CBS This Morning” takes a look at unexpected medical costs. This man received a huge medical bill, despite the fact that his insurer had announced it would waive copays for coronavirus treatments.