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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.
What precautions should potential mothers and everyone else take? We ask Dr. Denise Jamieson, Chief of the Women’s Health and Fertility Branch of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and a member of the CDC’s Zika Response Team.
New York Presbyterian Hospital allowed a crew to film someone who was dying and another person in significant distress.
New York Presbyterian Hospital was accused of allowing a TV crew to film a dying man in 2011.
As the United States prepares for the summer of Zika, an inside look at the front lines of the fight and how the Florida Keys are gearing up to protect both tourists and locals. With Michael Doyle, Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, and Billy Ryan, Mosquito Inspector.
Cybercriminals infiltrated the computer network at Methodist Hospital and encrypted patient files.
Voters are tired of the stupidity, says Andrew Tisch. The next president needs to appoint a czar for THIS.
Dental offices see an 80% spike in emergency visits following St. Patrick's Day.
There have already been more than 30 health data breaches involving more than 900,000 patient records in 2016.
The savings offered by retail health clinics were outweighed by the overall spending increase resulting from increased use.
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