This New York City program tries to eliminate the "white coat effect" by creating trust and ease between health workers and patients in immigrant communities.
The best way to address disparities might be to look outside hospital walls — and focus on early-childhood development and education.
Last week, the administration scaled back several required provisions. They aren't the first. And probably won't be the last.
One year later, the Supreme Court's Obamacare decision on Medicaid expansion looks more like a Pyrrhic victory for the president.
Instead of skimping on the most expensive care, the giant retailer is sending its workers to top-tier hospitals. Turns out, it's a great way to save money.
Hurdles states and employers will face before the health reform law takes effect
If the law is struck, lawmakers will have to grapple with Medicare, Medicaid, and billions of dollars of spending -- and do it fast.