The government doubled its usual health care spending growth rate last year, with extra money going to Medicaid, COVID-19 measures and medical care providers.
Marisa Kabas was charged $476,025.98 for a nine-hour neurosurgery to remove tumor cells in her brain.
Hundreds of private hospices discharged most dying patients in 2017, while 80 failed to send registered nurses, physicians or nurse practitioners to check on them.
As 18 percent of the U.S. economy is absorbed by health care, we have little money for other health-promoting investments.
Health care sticker shock is inevitable when the market in health services remains in the shadows.
More than 30 million Americans with health benefits skip doctor visits due to high costs.
A company is taking on profiteering hospitals—and slashing the price of health care.