Framing our problem in terms of "costs" is a misrepresentation of the real challenge -- how to slow the increase in spending.
Styles of practicing medicine vary from hospital to hospital, and they get transmitted to young residents through a "hidden curriculum."
The success of a hospital system in Washington state should be a strong signal that patient decision aids are powerful quality-improving, cost-cutting tools.
Republicans have held more than thirty votes trying to repeal Obamacare. They should take up some of these causes instead.
We can't trust drug companies to disclose product safety hazards when they stand to gain so much from fudging the facts