We have more of a chance of dying from the flu, motor vehicle accidents or being struck by lightning than contracting Ebola in the U.S.
Having caregiver support coordinators visit the home per program guidelines is an absolute necessity for success.
The independent healthcare economics firm BioScience Valuation says the annual cost of defensive medicine exceeds $480 billion annually.
Preborn babies with disabilities are aborted at rates from 60 percent to as high as 90 percent.
The simple fact is we need to get more doctors in this country.
America is behind the curve in tackling Ebola.
Today, I spend twice as much time per patient filling out paperwork compared to when the ACA was passed in 2010.
The precautionary principle demands that some product or practice be prohibited if absolute safety cannot be demonstrated.
The secondary and tertiary affects of the crisis are going unnoticed.
The federal government assesses on each student loan borrower an “origination fee.”