Studies found wide differences in the price of medical treatments, depending on if they are inpatient or outpatient.
U.S. health inspectors found problems at Theranos' northern California laboratory.
This is the year that you’ve decided you will retire! Here are three moves to make now before you leave your job.
Expansion of coverage and increased spending on retail prescription drugs spurred a six-year-high spike.
An ex-paralegal claims she knows of "many instances" of Sanofi lawyers destroying documents.
Americans will see changed to Social Security and Medicare laws following a new budget law.
President Obama signed into law a bipartisan budget bill last week that, among other things, changes Social Security and Medicare laws.
Here's why Paul Ryan's run as speaker of the House may be short-lived, explains says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
Researchers say death rates are up among white middle-aged Americans.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee of Arkansas says the way to fix Medicare is to focus on the diseases costing trillions. Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida responds.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky addresses the main problem of mounting Medicare costs for the average American.
The Republican presidential candidates each answer what their biggest weakness is in thirty seconds each.
Here's what should be done to provide Americans with care that's both affordable and high quality, says Steve Odland.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a look at where the GOP candidates stand on entitlement reform, including Medicare and Social Security.
Open enrollment season for retirees is under way and shopping around for a new Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plan for 2016 could save you a lot of money. Here’s what you need to know.
Sen. Lindsey Graham outlines his comprehensive plan to address entitlement spending and the coming debt crisis head on.
2016 will send shock waves to about 7 million Medicare beneficiaries as their monthly Medicare Part B premium is about to surge 52 percent.
CareDx warns it won't be able to sell its transplant rejection test if a proposed Medicare reimbursement cut goes through.
There was a drop in the number of patients seen by doctors, who still had increased payments.
Doctors outside of insurance plan networks charge several times what Medicare would pay.