Kaiser Health News
A new report reflects how loosely the federal government regulates the way hospitals calculate their community benefits.
New research firmly links the virus to multiple sclerosis, a potentially disabling chronic disease that afflicts more than 900,000 Americans and 2.8 million people worldwide.
With too few therapists accepting insurance, families face myriad challenges finding and paying for mental health care.
Hearing aid prices are dropping dramatically as a federal law takes effect.
Independent physicians in the United States are selling their practices to behemoth hospital systems or leaving the profession altogether.
The U.S. has one of the highest teen birth rates among developed nations.
Discharging a patient without specialized addiction care can mean losing a crucial opportunity to intervene and treat someone at the hospital.
Half of the nearly 65 million people with Medicare are enrolled in the private health plans called Medicare Advantage.
Earlier this year credit reporting companies touted changes to erase medical debt, but experts say the effects will be limited.