People with less money have a greater chance of getting dementia. Researchers looked at 6,220 English patients ages 65 and older, in 2002–2003 and again in 2014–2015. In those 12 years, those in the lowest wealth quintile had 1.68 times more likelihood of getting dementia than those in the highest quintile.
Use apps to keep patients connected to the health care system during transitions and in between visits.
In a last-minute filing, the attorney general elected not to defend the health care law. The legal arguments in Texas v. Azar hinge on severability and legislative intent.
A state lawmaker calls insulin prices ‘outrageous.’ PhRMA and BIO are fighting the law in court on grounds that it interferes with their patent rights.
For anyone who’s ever felt that five minutes after you’ve been on vacation it seems as though you’d never gone, you’re not alone.
Focus medication-assisted treatment of opioid addiction on people who have been incarcerated.
The new CAR-T therapy may pass ICER cost-effectiveness muster, but can the health care system afford more drugs like it?
Partnerships between hospital systems and retailers offer telehealth kiosks. Hospitals hope to find loyal patients, and the retailers see a chance to boost sales.