Kaiser Health News
Op-ed calls for more information about cost versus benefit as vaccine-makers prepare to hike prices.
Researchers say surveys commonly used by hospitals could be far more useful by addressing cultural competence.
State legislators look to codify definitions of life that carry profound repercussions for abortion rights and much more.
Some medical centers are now offering cognitive rehabilitation to patients with long COVID.
Hospitals in Oregon, Montana, California, New York and elsewhere laid off workers and scaled back services this summer.
Dollar For has launched a “negotiation lab” for gaming out the best way to negotiate with hospitals and debt collectors.
CAR T-cell therapy is available at only about 150 transplant centers, creating an accessibility issue for roughly half of Americans.
A recent study found significant differences in outcomes for pediatric kidney disease based on whether patient care was provided by a nonprofit or a for-profit.
Health workers have started adapting lessons they learned from their COVID-19 response to other aspects of their work.