Kaiser Health News
Even when the odds of contraception failure are small, the number of incidents can add up quickly.
Millions of Americans who rely on federal assistance programs could lose the right to sue states when they do not receive benefits allowed by law under a pending U.S. Supreme Court case.
The average payment reduction was 0.43%, the lowest since 2014.
A staggering 84% of pregnancy-related deaths were deemed preventable, according to data released in September by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
People who buy their own health coverage should be aware that alternative products, such as short-term health plans and health care sharing ministries, often provide far fewer protections, experts say.
American Medical Response said its pullout from two counties in California will primarily affect Providence, the Catholic health system.
Oregon is one of seven states not participating in federal youth risk behavior surveys, as it says its own survey is more useful and school-focused.
Montana is making changes to a widely-watched hospital reform, sparking concerns.
Her sleuthing knocked thousands of dollars off the hospital’s charges — and provides a playbook for other consumers.