Facing a host of challenges, Aduhelm’s makers are running an educational campaign directed at consumers who are worried about whether their forgetfulness is a sign of disease.
Hospital-level care at home is poised to grow after more than a decade, boosted both by hospitals eager to ease overcrowding and growing interest by insurers who want to slow health care spending.
Starting at the end of last year — and continuing into the spring — a growing number of insurers are quietly ending fee waivers for COVID treatment on some or all policies.
There is disagreement whether new requirements for hospitals to post price information will curtail prices and create better-informed consumers.
It's very unlikely that a vaccine against the coronavirus will be as effective as the one against measles, for example.
In the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, contact tracing is downright buzzy, and not always in a good way.
Vowing to protect Medicare with “every ounce of strength,” President Donald Trump spoke this month to a cheering crowd in Florida.
Sure, they’re less expensive for consumers, but short-term health policies have another side: They’re highly profitable for insurers and offer hefty sales commissions.