U.S. hospitals prepare for Ebola

Ashish Jha, K.T. Li Professor of International Health at HSPH, and director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, has done a number of interviews with national media outlets over the last few days on controlling the spread of Ebola in the U.S. He also discussed his views on how worried Americans should be about the spread of this infectious disease. Here is a sampling of the coverage:

Read an Oct. 22, 2014 a story on ABC News: Hospital of Ebola Patient Posts Poor ER Benchmarks

Listen to an interview Oct. 22, 2014 on WNYC’s The Takeaway with John Hockenberry: Following The Money in The War Against Ebola

Read an Oct. 20, 2014 Bloomberg story: Fear of Ebola Crimps Housing Hunt for Quarantined

Listen to an Oct. 13, 2014 Fox Business interview: Claman on Call: VIX Hits Highest Level Since June 2012

Read an October 16, 2014 Boston Herald article: Flip-flopping health officials spread Ebola confusion

Read an October 13, 2014 National Geographic article: Ebola Health Care Worker Sick Because Safety Rules Weren’t Followed, Officials Say

Read an Oct. 15, 2014 Marketplace.org article: What it takes to make all hospitals Ebola-ready

Read an Oct. 13, 2014 Chicago Tribune article: Dallas health worker’s Ebola raises concern of caregiver safety

Read an Oct. 14, 2014 Washington Post article: As if flying weren’t stressful enough, now we have Ebola scares