New reports recommend Medicare consider patients’ education level, income, marital status and other health-affecting circumstances when paying or grading health care providers.
A rollback of Medicaid expansion and collapse of the individual insurance market could threaten strides the country has made in advancing rural health.
Offering health insurance coverage to all low-income adults generates an economic impact that more than makes up for the cost of the program.
The pipeline of future physicians still doesn’t reflect the full spectrum of American society — so experts say institutional support should start earlier.
A pediatrician shares her concerns about vicarious racism’s impact on children and youth.
A new survey, published in JAMA, finds that sexual harassment and gender bias among physicians continues.