New findings about low-income adults with behavioral health conditions, mental health and substance use disorders, suggest importance of continuous coverage
Traditional Medicare spends much more on post-hospital care for people in their 60s than private insurance, but the additional spending doesn’t keep patients from ending up back in the hospital.
Long hospital stays and invasive medical tests help identify serious bacterial infections in infants, but a U-M expert says there may be a more efficient, less painful way to make a diagnosis.
Christina Chapman, M.D., sits down for a discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion in medicine.
It could have remained empty for years. Instead, the former pharmaceutical research campus has found new life as a thriving hub of innovation.
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.