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Massachusetts Medical Society Video

September 24, 2020 – In this educational video, MMS President Dr. David Rosman talks about different aspects of COVID-19 safety, such as symptoms, testing, precautions, and what to do if you or a family member are sick.


WBUR

WBUR: Get a flu shot before the end of October, Mass. Medical Society urges

September 17, 2020 – "There are only so many ICU beds and we want to make sure we preserve them as best needed," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said.


Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Should you send your child back to school? The expert consensus leans toward 'yes,' with caveats

September 13, 2020 – The MMS said it supported "the safe and equitable return of as many students, teachers, and support staff as possible to in-person school settings."


MassLive

MassLive: Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to hear arguments on Gov. Charlie Baker’s COVID-19 executive orders

September 11, 2020 – The MMS and others argued in an amicus brief that the coronavirus pandemic counts as a "disaster" and "catastrophe" as it has strained the state’s health care system, killing thousands in its path.


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Massachusetts Medical Society Virtual Town Hall Member Forum

September 9, 2020 – MMS hosted a one-hour Virtual Town Hall Member Forum for members to engage with the medical society's leadership and subject-matter experts to ask questions on the topic of COVID-19 and vulnerable populations.


MetroWest Daily News

MetroWest Daily News: Families of high school athletes face a decision: Should their children suit up during the coronavirus pandemic?

August 30, 2020 – MMS Vice Chairwoman of the Committee on Student Health and Sports Medicine Dr. Mary Beth Miotto said the decision to postpone football to February is a "wise decision for the time being," because more public health data is needed.


Lowell Sun

Lowell Sun: Our frontline heroes deserve better

August 23, 2020 – "Passing the Pandemic Production Act now – before another catastrophic spike in coronavirus cases – is imperative to preventing the additional loss of life," write Congresswoman Lori Trahan and MMS President Dr. David Rosman.


Eagle-Tribune

Eagle-Tribune: Race for vaccine raises ethical dilemmas

August 23, 2020 – "We need to make sure that the trials are done in an ethical way, and that there’s diversity in who is getting it," said MMS President Dr. David Rosman.


Boston.com

Boston.com: Boston athletes filmed a PSA urging sports fans to wear masks

August 19, 2020 – In an effort to encourage people to wear masks as a protocol to prevent the spread of COVID-19, New England sports figures teamed up with the MMS for a #MaskUp video.


Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Insurers, hospitals at odds in telehealth debate on Beacon Hill

August 17, 2020 – MMS President Dr. David Rosman said doctors still need to pay bills – rent, utilities, staffing – regardless of whether they are seeing many of their patients virtually.


Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Baker slows Mass. Reopening process, tightening restrictions on gatherings and restaurants

August 7, 2020 – "Things are moving in the wrong direction," said MMS President Dr. David Rosman, adding that Governor Charlie Baker is now "taking new steps to turn that back around."




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