New analysis finds Medicaid expansion brings down Marketplace rates – another benefit on top of gains for low-income individuals and state economies
An estimated 73 percent of HealthCare.gov consumers could still purchase a plan for less than $75 per month, even with double digits hikes.
Only nonprofits were allowed to run some Medicare programs. A year ago, the government flipped the switch, opening the program to for-profit companies.
Scientific research leading to new drugs is usually funded by the government. Yet private sector coercively inflates drug prices out of unmitigated greed.
Inequality in the use of health care has increased dramatically in recent years, with wealthier Americans, who tend to be healthier, now consuming the most care.
What impact might the Supreme Court’s Texas Abortion Decision have on similar laws in other states and this fall’s elections?
Data and evidence prove that concentrating care in fewer hospitals provides the best patient outcomes, experts in Norway argue.
Some consumers who use health insurance copays to buy prescription drugs are paying far more than they should be and would be better off paying with cash.
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Obesity and Type 2 diabetes are a deadly pair, and numerous studies show stomach-shrinking operations can dramatically improve diabetes.