No other approach is considered safe enough.
With a lack of doctors and physical infrastructure, AI and machine learning are widening access to health care across Africa.
“I think it will definitely hurt Americans on average,” Sara Collins, VP for Health Care Coverage and Access of the Commonwealth Fund, said.
A timely study presents some staggering numbers.
Opinions are changing in favor of a single-payer health care system among both physicians and their patients, but doctors are much more likely to support a single-payer health care system than the rest of the public.
The senator said providing health care for everyone was exactly what Trump should be doing.
The idea of Medicare for all is increasing in popularity, both in the Senate and among Americans in general.
While states have been innovators with regards to many policies, fiscal issues and regulatory limitations will most likely preclude states from pursuing sweeping health reform.
I’ve given up expecting logic or honesty from insurance companies.
The Arizona senator has been battling brain cancer and wasn't expected to attend this week's vote.
A new report says 32 million Americans will lose health insurance if senators opt to repeal the law without a replacement.
Two of Mitch McConnell's conservatives in the Senate said they wouldn't support his latest version of the legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.
It works in all industrialized countries outside the U.S., for 50% to 80% of what we pay in the U.S. So, yes, it will work.
Democrats are salivating over the Russian hacking scandal, but it may not help them retake power in Washington.
Liberal groups seize on the Senate health care vote delay to intensify opposition, while conservatives do outreach behind the scenes.
Without public buy-in or bipartisan support, any measure Republicans pass is likely to be temporary.
As medical crowdfunding becomes more common, we need to explore its potential risks.
There is no such thing as a “pre-existing” condition because the question of a pre-existing condition is only a matter of when — not if.
A new study shows that despite the U.S. spending more on health care than any other nation, huge inequalities persist when it comes to life expectancy.