The number of Americans without health insurance has crept up under the Trump administration. Cost growth has slowed, but costs are still going up.
An expert explains what the Democratic presidential candidates stand for.
Sixty percent of fake healthcare news read online is considered credible—and trust in such claims increases if a story is seen multiple times.
Let us walk you through a few proposals Democratic candidates have championed, plus what President Donald Trump is offering.
The nation’s nearly 1,400 community health centers provide essential health care services to low-income patients.
In California, the dialysis industry spent about $2.5 million on lobbying and campaign contributions in the first half of this year in its ongoing battle to thwart regulation.
Maple City Clinic has graphs comparing its performance to that of other clinics across the state. The other clinics are getting their butts kicked.
Some red states, with Trump’s backing, are trying to put limits on the federal-state health program for the poor, which covers more than 72 million Americans.
The first installment of year-long series, which follows how the closure of one rural hospital disrupts a community’s health care, economy and equilibrium.
At the Democratic presidential debate health policies, ranging from “Medicare for All” to efforts to curb skyrocketing drug prices, were among the key issues
A majority of patients who looked at their doctor’s notes reported they felt more in control of their care and said they were more compliant taking medication.
A Trump administration proposal would change the civil rights rules dictating whether providers must care for patients who are transgender or have had an abortion.
Health headlines from the region and around the world.
How electronic health records became an ‘unholy mess.’