A new study finds hospitals vary widely on where they send patients for post-surgical care — and that accounts for huge variation in cost.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
As a new health insurance year begins and a health policy debate swirls, research examines what people with chronic illnesses spend on health care.
Offering health insurance coverage to all low-income adults generates an economic impact that more than makes up for the cost of the program.
Increasingly, medical schools are offering students the chance to choose a scholarly concentration, such as health policy or global medicine.
A new study finds a majority of health-related mobile apps fall short of helping those who most need smart solutions to manage their health.