For a primary care professional patient panel, more low-value care exposure is not associated with more favorable patient ratings of the health care experience.
Hospitalized COVID-19 patients cared for in hospitals with the greatest surges in caseload have twofold greater mortality risk than patients in hospitals not experiencing surges.
In a rare show of bipartisanship on health care, the Biden Administration is advancing Trump-era consumer protections aimed at curbing sometimes devastating surprise medical bills.
The researchers found that at the time of the interview, 33.0 million (10.2 percent) persons of all ages were uninsured in 2019, including 32.5 million (12.0 percent) persons under age 65 years.
Surge in enrollment during pandemic means that a quarter of the U.S. population is now covered by the public program
After spending billions to speed the creation of COVID-19 vaccines, the United States said Thursday that it will now devote $3.2 billion to the development of antiviral pills that could stop the new coronavirus before it does its worst damage.
Most health-related mobile applications (mHealth apps) contain code that could potentially collect user data.
The landmark Affordable Care Act, which has expanded health care coverage to tens of millions of Americans, has withstood a third challenge before the US Supreme Court.
New York state has reached a milestone of having at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose in 70 percent of its residents and joined California in lifting many pandemic restrictions on Tuesday.
Among health care system employees, there are considerable disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates by race/ethnicity and occupation.