Accountable care organizations seek to improve the care received by traditional Medicare patients while holding cost growth down, but a new study raises questions about its success.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Review of 33 years’ worth of medical studies reveals key areas where focus is needed.
Examination of post-birth pain care patterns over time finds declines in opioid prescribing, but opportunities for more non-opioid-based care.
A new Michigan Medicine study found that implementing a dedicated emergency medicine department-based intensive care unit improved patient survival rates and lowered inpatient intensive care unit (ICU) admissions.
Health Insurance Rule Change Could Help Millions of Chronic Disease Sufferers Spend Less for the Care They Need Most
A new federal rule could reduce out-of-pocket costs for key drugs and services for people with chronic conditions in high-deductible health plans with health savings accounts
Transgender rights continue to be under threat in several states, but a new study reveals that young people’s views may conflict with older Americans when it comes to bathroom policies affecting transgender individuals.