In Tuesday's congressional hearing, Cecile Richards made some notable admissions.
The electorate is angry; so are the e-patients.
The proposed redesign focuses on the amount of information it conveys rather than usefulness.
For many Americans, the price is right at retail health clinics.
User fees for prescription drugs and medical devices are not working as they were intended.
Shorter periods of data exclusivity for medicine impose a cost on the next generation.
California is now the first state in the nation to pay for a transgender inmate's sexual reassignment surgery.
Texas's Kevin Brady is taking a proactive approach to reforming Medicare.
We need to put the review plan before the regulatory path.
Some regulations may actually induce more health loss than health gains.