Community change can happen, but sometimes it takes the whole community coming together for a common cause to see real results.
The health insurance mandate has become a lighting rod for criticism from opponents of health reform. Are there real alternatives to a mandate, or are they worse than the cure?
The Obama administration often touts the health-law provision that over the next decade will close the unpopular "doughnut hole,” but some seniors may still have sticker shock on drug prices.
Full Capacity Protocol sounds like the clinical version of chutzpah. But it turns out that there is more thought and less bravado in the approach than one might first think.
This year, the first members of the baby boomer generation will turn age 65, forcing a wholesale re-imagining of the meaning and process of aging and the systems that serve older people.
For small business to flourish, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) must go away, and—equally importantly—the status quo that preceded it must never return.
Health reform has renewed the emphasis on prevention as a means of achieving costs savings. But will prevention save money, and do we even know what works?
As lawmakers face renewed pressure to remedy the country's trillion-dollar budget deficit, fractured public opinion on cuts complicates political strategies in the run up to the 2012 presidential election.
Lastest Altarum data shows that health care inflation has stayed at 2 percent or less for the past four consecutive months.