A rollback of Medicaid expansion and collapse of the individual insurance market could threaten strides the country has made in advancing rural health.
A new digital tracking system was behind the decrease — suggesting a potential partial solution that other health systems could adopt to fight the opioid epidemic.
A new study finds hospitals vary widely on where they send patients for post-surgical care — and that accounts for huge variation in cost.
As a new health insurance year begins and a health policy debate swirls, research examines what people with chronic illnesses spend on health care.
With a new president, what happens to the Cancer Moonshot? And how likely is it to succeed, anyway?
Offering health insurance coverage to all low-income adults generates an economic impact that more than makes up for the cost of the program.