The Affordable Care Act (ACA) appears to help the poor the most (those who actually purchase heavily subsidized commercial policies and don't buy into the propaganda about socialized medicine...
Community clinics are stretching themselves to provide one more service: Helping to defray the out-of-pocket costs of insured patients.
There is a startling, and greatly disappointing, research report out regarding healthcare insurance companies and mobile app development. In a simple summary, this how the report describes such efforts: Epic fail.
Patients no longer just face confusion over complicated hospital billing practices. In some cases, if they object to the charges, the bills may end up with collection agencies and later damage their credit, the New York Times rep orted.
The era of healthcare-related credit card has waned since the Great Recession, accelerated in part by the likelihood of greater access to insurance starting next year, reported Fox Business.
Patients discharged from the ED with nonemergency diagnoses almost always have the same primary complaints as patients requiring emergency care or hospital admission, concludes a JAMA study published today.
The line between provider and payer continues to blur, with more hospitals offering their own health insurance plans.
It is hugely expensive to care for a child with diabetes, according to new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The annual average medical costs for a child with diabetes is
Making the leap beyond its largely payer audience thus far, telehealth vendor American Well just debuted its second-generation product, Online Care for Providers, aimed at physician practices. The
The number of Americans who lacked health insurance for at least part of the year reached 52 million in 2010, report the Commonwealth Fund and Bloomberg News. That number is roughly 40 percent higher