For millions of Americans, choosing health insurance that will cover the care they need at a cost they can afford boils down to one simple question: W...
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Perhaps more than any other disease, Alzheimer's demonstrates that spending on health would be a way to reduce future costs.
It's less than two months before individuals can begin signing up for health insurance through the marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act.
The bottom line is that, left to their own devices and without adequate oversight, doctors and hospitals can and do charge more for less.
When big pharma leverages technology, open data and social media to develop innovative patient-facing apps, it's a win to the fourth power.
How much Americans spend on health care can vary widely across the country, and it's those states with wealthier populations that tend to spend the mo...
DALLAS -- Parkland Memorial Hospital, which has been cited by federal regulators for continued threats to patient safety, plans to sign a "systems im...
We clearly need more doctors who see the wisdom of going back to the future to deliver care in the setting that makes the most economic and humane sense -- the home.
Dr. Donald Berwick is an optimist. He has 100 percent confidence in the ability of health care reform to achieve success, he feels things are on track right now in CMS. He just wants to go faster, get more done before Congress drives him out.
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