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The public has largely made up its mind on gay marriage and Obamacare as the Supreme Court prepares to render decisions, says an NBC-WSJ poll.
Hospitals are taking on Yelp with their own ratings and review system.
An estimated 5 percent of the population is responsible for about half—or $1.4 trillion—of all U.S. health spending.
GE Vice Chairman John Rice says public private partnerships can help provide solutions to today's toughest health-care challenges.
It has been dubbed the "Abortion Drone," and it's due to make its maiden flight this Saturday, the Global Post reports.
A tiny chip that mimics the human organs has beaten Google's self-driving car to win a prestigious design prize.
Automatic generic-drug substitution poses several big problems, says NYU Professor Melissa Schilling.
The CEO of Medtronic talks new FDA approval and how to improve the health-care system.
A new survey by ZocDoc reported 80 percent of people are delaying or forgoing preventative care visits to their doctor.
Nearly 75 percent percent of Humana’s revenue comes from Medicare, more than the other big insurers. Here's why Humana is such a hot commodity.
An Australian spent four days in hospital after her skinny jeans caused her to collapse, NBC News reports.
Climate change has been declared a "medical emergency" by an international commission of experts, the FT reports.
Oliver Kharraz, ZocDoc president & co-founder, breaks down the results of a recent survey which shows four out of five Americans are holding off or delaying preventive care.
Athena Health CEO Jonathan Bush said that more talks of M&A in health care are just a reflection of slowing innovation in the industry.
Some Oregon insurers want to keep their health plan premium increases moderate for next year, but the state wants them higher.
California's health insurance exchange will collect health insurance data on its 1.4 million customers.
A Supreme Court case threatens to unwind some of the gains in insured rates and uncompensated care costs states have reaped under Obamacare.
Cigna on Sunday rejected an increased $53.8 billion bid from Anthem as inadequate.
If the Supreme Court invalidates Obamacare subsidies for millions, analysts say health-system profits could take a hit.
Anthem renewed its bid for Cigna, upping its original offer to $184 per share in a deal valued at nearly $53.8 billion.
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