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Just 2.2 percent of hospitals earned a top rating for patient care, but the names of the facilities have yet to be made public.
The 19 states that have not expanded Medicaid have seen less dramatic reductions in uninsured rates than expansion states.
Utah health officials said a caregiver of an elderly patient who died while infected with Zika is positive for the virus.
The Chinese government is embarking on healthcare policy reform to improve accessibility and affordability, says Ally Bridge Group's Li Bin.
Toby Cosgrove, President and CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, explains how a physician and a tablet are combining for the closest thing to a house call for many routine checkups. Plus, Dr. Cosgrove shares the latest on the Zika threat and how progress is being made against many forms of cancer.
Theranos still has yet to take advantage of the Cleveland Clinic's offer to test its blood diagnostic technology, says Dr. Toby Cosgrove.
Participants at a Dallas event where followers of speaker Tony Robbins were burned defended Robbins, NBC News reported.
A Washington State hospital has paid $20 million to settle a claim that its error led to a patient's paralysis.
Reporter Meg Tirrell brings us the next generation of prosthetics built with technology that’s helping improve quality of life for both soldiers and people facing debilitating diseases.
Gay Men's Health Crisis CEO Kelsey Louie criticizes the Food and Drug Administration's continued ban on gay blood donations.
People living in areas where the Zika virus is circulating should consider delaying pregnancy. The NYT reports.
Charity-run funds to help patients pay co-payments face scrutiny by prosecutors and increased federal oversight, USA Today reported.
Lessons from the operating room can prepare you for life's challenges, says Dr. Rafael Ortiz.
Spending on children's health care grew annually by an average of 5.1 percent from 2010 to 2014, mainly due to price hikes.
These professors point out some "glaring errors" in the attack on Bernie Sanders' single-payer health plan.
Health providers are using malpractice case data to detect potentially worrisome trends in how they deal with patients.
$5,000 prizes will go to the designer of the easiest-to-understand medical bill, and the best transformation of the medical billing system.
Cigna warned in its regulatory earnings filings that it may not receive approval to be acquired by Anthem by the end of this year.
Research suggests that medical mistakes kill more people than any cause other than heart disease and cancer.
African-Americans were much less likely to undergo potentially life-saving surgery in Georgia if they lived in heavily segregated areas.
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