As healthcare becomes even more important in American politics, the number of doctors in Congress is on the rise, which could play a huge role in shaping the country's healthcare future, according to a Health Affairs blog post.
A handful of factors will affect the nursing profession over the next decade, including the nurse shortage, healthcare reform, technology and education expectations, according to an infographic released by Norwich University's Online Master of Science in Nursing Program.
Could the Affordable Care Act (ACA) help to reduce personal bankruptcies? That's the gist of research performed by economists at the Federal Reserve of Chicago and the University of Notre Dame.
As general health of the American population falls in comparison to other developed nations and the cost of healthcare skyrockets, a recent report by the State Health Care Cost Containment Commission says governors and state legislatures are in the best position to lead change.
Congress returns from its holiday break today with plans to tackle new legislation to make HealthCare.gov more secure, healthcare reform and yet another deadline to keep the government running or face another government shutdown.
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Fear of dealing with the complexity of the medical system poses a bigger obstacle to healthcare reform than the problems with HealthCare.gov, a former healthcare navigator writes in The Daily Yonder.
More patients are turning to hospitals and insurers to provide information on costs of procedures and treatments when making care decisions and choosing providers, according to a new TransUnion Healthcare survey.
The percentage of Americans who believe it is not the government's responsibility to make sure all Americans have healthcare is at a record high, according to Gallup.
President Barack Obama, under the threat of Democrats abandoning their support on key elements of his signature healthcare reform law, announced today that he will keep the promise he made to the country and individuals won't lose their existing insurance under the Affordable Care Act--at least for another year.