The coronavirus is spreading at high rates in a Chinese hospital, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The study observed 138 patients from Wuhan University’s Zhongnan Hospital and found that 41% of cases were due to transmission in the hospital. (Bloomberg)

The World Health Organization is working with tech companies to combat coronavirus misinformation. As an example, WHO partnered with Pinterest to direct any users searching the virus to a page that dispels myths. (The New York Times)

Former Food and Drug Administration commissioner Scott Gottlieb has joined Illumina’s board of directors. This is in addition to his positions as a member of Pfizer’s board, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a partner at VC New Enterprise Associates. (Endpoints)

Health data is governed by laws nearly 25 years old. Now, lawmakers are proposing new digital health laws to fill HIPAA gaps. (MM&M)

MM&M attended the 2020 Medical Advertising Hall of Fame gala on Thursday night. Here are some highlights from the event celebrating the achievements of 2020 inductees Tom Harrison and Larry Lesser and Service to Industry honoree John Kamp. (MM&M)