Nearly half of adults in their 50s and early 60s aren’t sure they’ll be able to afford health insurance after they retire, and two-thirds worry about the potential effects of health policy changes.
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To reach patients in need, one doctor develops a training program to improve testing and care available for those with the genetic disease, starting in the Middle East.
Healthy Michigan Plan enrollees experienced a six-point increase in employment or student status in one year, while employment for all Michiganders stayed the same.
Twenty years ago, research on the health impacts of being uninsured helped build the momentum that led to the Affordable Care Act. But new research shows that accessing care is still unaffordable for many, even after the ACA.
Surge in robotic surgery in 2010s outpaces the evidence for its effects on patients and costs, researchers warn.