For every $260 Medicare and Medicaid spend on caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, the federal government spends only $1 on Alzheimer’s research.
The plaintiffs’ preference to decline low-cost, comprehensive health insurance is highly unusual.
When doctors across town must consult one another, their electronic health records should communicate with each other immediately as well.
For the second time in three years, the Supreme Court is poised to rule on whether a critical piece of the Affordable Care Act is constitutional.
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is offering hope by providing patients and families with vital resources and information on treatment options.
Republicans ought to take a longer view of this battle and craft a smart strategy that does more than just satisfy one interest group.
How did America end up in a club of only seven countries, along with China and North Korea, in allowing abortions after 20 weeks?
Twenty percent of inmates in jails and 15 percent of inmates in state prisons are estimated to have a serious mental illness.
If you don’t have to verify anything, the private firm EHealth could sign up everyone almost effortlessly, with off-the-shelf technology.
Patients with rare diseases have been chronically underserved by the U.S. health system at every turn.