Despite widespread availability, the online resource goes unused by many older Americans. And adaptation varies by age, income and education level.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
A new tool that takes into account personalized risks and benefits, and allows for a range of patient preferences, will help clinicians decide whom to screen for lung cancer.
To help uninsured patients grasp the value of health care coverage, a collaborative awareness campaign salutes two kinds of superheroes.
Most nurses focus on caring for patients, but some also pursue academic research to improve standards of care. Michigan Medicine experts discuss the crucial connection.
Giving more health care spending flexibility under a states’ rights approach could benefit a population the current administration has sought to discourage, a new report finds.
Many older adults with severe hearing loss don’t have hearing aids, but those with them typically use less costly types of health care, a new study finds.