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In a pattern repeated among those who gained insurance on the Marketplace exchanges, it's clear the uninsured had more pent-up medical needs than policymakers realized.
Nivolumab proved superior to everolimus in improving overall survival in previously treated patients.
A new blog post at RAND argues that Medicare's plans to reimburse providers for advance care planning has been a long time coming.
A gene known to cause cancer may also play a role in determining obesity, according to researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center.
Hackers have accessed the personal information of 4.5 million people after the UCLA Health System became the victim of a cyberattack on May 5, 2015.
Long-term acute care hospitals provide better outcomes and more cost-effective care when treating critically ill and medically complex patients.
The top story was Marilyn Tavenner became the nation's top healthcare lobbyist when she was named the new president and CEO of America's Health Insurance Plans, plus the controversial new guidelines that called for more Americans to take statins were validated, according to the results of a new study.
Approximately 9 million Medicare beneficiaries are considered “complex care” and they often incur high out-of-pocket costs. As lifespans lengthen, it becomes important for Medicare to adapt to serve these complex care beneficiaries.