New research found that even receiving something as small as a meal made physicians more likely to prescribe brand-name drugs.
Lack of kids' dental benefits, other coverage gaps help "tank" couple's Kaiser Permanente insurance plan—but so did contracts with California's health insurance exchange.
San Francisco architect Lee Hammack says he and his wife, JoEllen Brothers, are “cradle Democrats.” They have donated to the liberal group Organizing for America and worked the phone banks a year ago for President Obama’s re-election.
Today marks one month since the disastrous start of Healthcare.gov, the seriously impaired federal health insurance marketplace. And what a month it’s been.
Every day, we’re seeing reports that consumers across the country will be dropped by their health insurance companies on Jan. 1 or another date in 2014. But two central questions remain.
When there's no evidence a drug is better, "You have to question: Why are doctors prescribing this?"
When his father dies just months after his mother, a reporter searches for answers — and finds more than just a coincidence.
In spite of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's confidence that New York hospitals were prepared for a power outage, the backup generators at several area hospitals failed, which experts say is a troubling but not entirely surprising in emergency situations.