The latest news on healthcare
It's a new world for health care, so old antitrust solutions no longer work.
Terminally ill patients in Washington state not rushing to get lethal prescriptions or use them
Genworth Financial survey finds institutional expenses rising but at-home costs stable.
As employers learn complex new rules, they face an enormous employee communications challenge.
Many war veterans go through the most traumatic experience of their lives only to have their government fail to deliver benefits it promised.
Many patients' charts don't reflect their final wishes, Canadian researchers say
Healthcare jobs dominate among the highest-paid jobs in the nation.
NPR'S characterization of federal disability programs is highly misleading.
More employers are applying retirement-plan incentives and behavior tools to their health care programs.
Report highlights need for alternative care at end of life, expert says