A Suboxone black market exists in part because addiction treatment can be hard to find.
Millennials’ preferences for convenience, fast service, connectivity and price transparency — are upending the time-honored model of office-based primary care.
Insurers are shifting the financial risk of costly patients to physician-management companies. giving them more money upfront and control over patient care.
The Trump administration faces mounting pressure from conservative lawmakers and abortion opponents to halt the use of tissue obtained from aborted fetuses.
A 5-state project aims to improve vaccination rates among low-income children and pregnant women, using registries to track the immunization of all residents.
What does that mean for you? It’s your chance to review your coverage and see if you need to make any changes for next year.
Many “Elder Orphans,” seniors without a spouse or children on whom to depend, face aging without anyone to provide needed social, emotional and physical support.
Insurance coverage up, smoking down, but little change in physical activity and obesity levels are among the findings.
The VA is adding naloxone kits to AED cabinets in its buildings across the country, an initiative that could become a model for other health care organizations.
With workers harder to find, employers are hitting pause on a feature of job-based medical insurance much hated by employees: the high-deductible health plan.
Immigrants covered by private health insurance and their employers contributed nearly $25 billion more in premiums in 2014 than was spent on their care.
Insurers could use these apps to track all the activities you do while wearing the smartwatch, including steps walked, heart rate, even when you’re having sex.
More than 1 in 10 have had genetic tests ordered by a doctor or ordered them directly, a new survey finds. Others say they’re interested, but many have concerns.
A survey of 10th-graders in LA found that while smoking pot is still the most popular method to use marijuana, kids are turning to edible and vaporized weed.
It’s hard to believe anything happened this week other than the hearing for Supreme Court nominee but there actually was some health-related news, as well.