Health systems change their billing practices so chemotherapy treatment is billed as a higher-cost hospital outpatient service even though treatment continues to be administered in the same setting — a physician’s office.
The U.S., with less than 5 percent of the world population, has been consuming 80 percent of the world’s supply of opioids.
The successful rollout of changes of this magnitude requires a clear strategy and substantial effort up front.
In 2016, motivating Latinos to vote will be a major initiative of every political campaign.
Achieving better growth rates in adult immunization requires new thinking and a new framework for taking collective action.
The "gold standard" of large-scale, long-term, and expensive clinical trials requires reinvention.
Politicians have become blind to the simple yet crucial fact that the American people must be active participants in their own healthcare.
I’d have more sympathy for my former industry if it were spending all those millions to secure repeal of Obamacare’s mandates.
This is opportunity both to reflect on the important work that has been done to improve the lives of older disabled Americans, and to look ahead.
It's become more and more clear that when faced with such a complex choice, people make mistakes.