Kaiser Health News
A report on patient access to behavioral health care during the COVID-19 crisis casts doubt on whether insurers are abiding by federal law requiring parity in insurance coverage.
Federal data show that CVS was responsible for nearly half of more than 180,000 wasted doses nationwide, while Walgreens was responsible for about one-fifth.
Members of PDX Commons, a Portland community for adults 55 and older, disagreed about what to do about unvaccinated visitors -- allow them in or ban them?
A new study in the journal Nature found alarmingly high rates of opioid use among COVID survivors with lingering symptoms at Veterans Health Administration facilities.
The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General's recommendation to repay, if finalized, would be “by far the largest” audit penalty ever imposed on a Medicare Advantage company.
As more Americans are inoculated, a tiny but growing number are contending with the disturbing experience of getting COVID despite having had one shot or two.
Health experts said regulators have to strike a balance between addressing small but serious risks while encouraging millions to get vaccinated.
Since the Trump rules took effect, Planned Parenthood and other providers have dropped out of the program, resulting in six states with no Title X providers.
Prospects for the president’s proposal are uncertain. Republicans decry its cost and argue that much of what the plan contains doesn't count as real infrastructure.