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As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb, many consumers are concerned about whether they could afford tests or treatment.
U.S. primary care physicians are lagging behind their international peers on data sharing and lack access to technology tools, a new study finds.
Workers’ contributions to their health plan premiums and deductibles increased at a faster rate than wages over the past decade.
There may be a path to universal coverage without needing a single-payer overhaul, a new report shows.
With healthcare set to be one of the defining issues of the 2020 election, a new survey examines voters’ attitudes about their health coverage.
Small business owners are open to a swath of ideas to mitigate rising healthcare costs—including “Medicare for All,” a new study shows.
The ACA reduced racial and ethnic disparities in coverage, but declines were the steepest in states that expanded Medicaid.
Arkansas’s Medicaid work requirements increased the rate of uninsured in the state but has not affected employment, according to a new report.
A large portion of the country is spending 10% or more of their household income on insurance costs.
Democratic presidential primary candidates face increasing pressure to outline the details of their healthcare reform proposals.