New cases of the coronavirus have dropped in China. World health officials are warning that the outbreak could still worsen. There have been more than 44,000 cases and more than 1,100 deaths so far. (Reuters)

U.S. health officials are not being allowed to visit the center of the coronavirus outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health have offered to send disease experts to help, but their offer has yet to be accepted. Members of the World Health Organization’s advance team were able to land in China on Monday. (Bloomberg)

CVS Health has reported higher Q4 earnings than expected with $66.9 billion in revenue. The company cites its pharmacy benefit management business for helping to boost sales. (CNBC)

The number of families having difficulty paying medical bills has decreased, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2018, 14% of families said this was an issue compared to 20% in 2011. (AP News)

Bayer’s heart health education campaign, Hidden Risk, is hiding heart attack survivors in paintings to highlight the hidden risks of heart disease. The campaign includes an art installation, augmented reality and social media activations. (MM&M)