A small majority (51%) of US adults now believe that the federal government has a responsibility to ensure all Americans have health insurance coverage.
A new study finds that the use of proton pump inhibitors, used for many patients admitted to the hospital, may actually cause more harm to hospitalized patients than good.
The largest health insurance carriers in each Affordable care Act marketplace had a 75% higher premium increase from 2014 to 2015 compared with other same-state carriers.
The Nationwide Inpatient Sample has been critically underreporting certain health information for its database, according to a recent study by Johns Hopkins researchers.
This week in managed care, CMS proposed changes to the health insurance marketplaces for 2017, AJMC highlights 5 takeaways from the HHS Pharmaceutical Forum, CVS chose to cover just 1 PCSK9, and industry reacts to FDA regulating diagnostic tests.
Preventing hospital readmissions has long been an important general focus in the healthcare field—and this importance increases tenfold when it comes to children’s health.
The American College of Physicians has published a paper in the Annals of Internal Medicine that advices clinicians to prescribe generic drugs whenever possible.
A new study suggests that financial incentives shared by both doctors and patients work best at improving medication compliance among patients.
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