The president is calling for sweeping changes in health care policy. Tens of millions of Americans could be affected.
Wound care might be costly, but it's cost-effective, saving health dollars in the long run. The issue is, who pays?
Changing how rural hospitals are paid is one way to shake up the system.
Widely adopted in the US when pandemic precautions kept people home, telehealth faces a challenge as insurance coverage changes, right when its popularity had surged.
It can be hard to work out what calculations to make when deciding on private health. So we asked a health economist to break it down.
Surprise medical bills have led to financial pain and suffering on top of whatever ailed a patient in the first place. A recent study shows that the practice drives up costs for everyone.
Many more people need long-term specialist care, or are waiting a long time for elective surgery. These and other factors tell us we need to update how specialist referrals work.
It can be daunting trying to work out how to get help with your mental health.
For millions, the ACA is making a big difference during the coronavirus crisis.
Electrocardiograms are a common tool used by GPs to spot heart problems, and every medical student is trained to interpret one. Yet the government plans to remove Medicare funding for GPs to do this.
Similarities between the 1930s and today are hard to ignore, but Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal teaches us that several developments have to coincide to generate a lasting social safety net.
Home health care is a much trickier question after COVID-19, and that becomes an issue for millions of older people who rely on home health care, as well as the workers who care for them.
What is a state's balance of payments, and why do some pay so much more? An author of a report at the heart of debates over which states should get coronavirus relief funds breaks it down.
Canadian and American religious groups are responding very differently to coronavirus public health measures. Why? In Canada, health care is more widely regarded as a public good and a right.
Not everyone who wants a telehealth consultation with their doctor over the next six months will be eligible for one.
It's not the price of health care that should concern us. It's the cost. There's a distinction, and it matters. Here's why.
The Trump administration's budget for healthcare proposes significant cuts to Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act.
Navigating the mosaic of mental health services available is hard. A GP can help.
Pete Buttigieg has said that Christianity teaches 'skepticism of the wealthy and the powerful and the established.' These ideals are similar to those espoused by a Midwestern Social Gospel movement.
There's a very simple way to give Medicare to all: delete six words from the legislation that created the program in 1965.