A new perspective looks at the built-in bias within the factors that drive physicians’ salaries and makes recommendations for how institutions can close the gap.
As insurance companies start charging members for hospital-related costs again, analysis of 2020 data shows what they might owe.
Medicaid expansion closed health gaps for low-income adults across racial and ethnic groups, study shows
Michigan data show improvements in access to care and overall health, and could inform non-expansion states.
Low-income cancer patients older than 65 less likely to die in a hospital setting and more likely to choose hospice when providers prioritize communication, decision planning.
Physicians and researchers in the Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program discuss why their venture helps support cancer patients in an awkward age range.
Poll taken before new federal policy announced shows strong support across the board among people age 50 to 80, with some exceptions.