No other approach is considered safe enough.
A former Health and Human Services secretary and some celebrity allies have dire worries about the new round of Obamacare enrollment.
With a lack of doctors and physical infrastructure, AI and machine learning are widening access to health care across Africa.
A group of senators wants to know what the holdup is in enacting a rule to prevent prescription drug price gouging.
There is a certain logic to what Trump is doing, a logic most identified with a political leader long dead but much remembered.
Psychiatric medications are being overprescribed, but in some cases, these drugs save lives. We need a more nuanced approach to treatment.
Democracy Forward is suing for details about a former pharmaceutical lobbyist's role in drug regulation.
Critics question whether the president is trying to do by fiat with health care what he couldn't get Congress to do by law.
"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.
Venezuelan doctors face a host of economic woes, forcing female professionals to become prostitutes.
Debunking the president's claims about the latest efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.
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.
Richard Epstein writes that in single payer systems, healthcare services are rationed by queuing, not money.
The senator said providing health care for everyone was exactly what Trump should be doing.
Single-payer fever is sweeping the Democratic Party, but many are resisting—and for good reasons.
In France, an appendectomy costs $4,463. Here, it's $13,851.
The idea of Medicare for all is increasing in popularity, both in the Senate and among Americans in general.
Sanders now has two popular Democrats co-sponsoring his single-payer bill. Whether this will inspire other Democrats to hop on board remains to be seen.
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.
Insurers are refusing to cover prescribed treatments, even when patients have paid their premiums.
The legacy of Medicaid, interest groups' opposition and the popularity of Obamacare ensured that Republicans would fail to "repeal and replace."