Keyword: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Recent coverage expansions have increased the use of telehealth tools, according to data from one commercial insurer.
More plans on the ACA insurance exchange markets offer restrictive networks, putting patients at a higher risk of receiving surprise medical bills.
Doctors and teaching hospitals received $8.4 billion in payments from drug companies in 2017 and more physician practice news.
Calling surprise billing "unethical" and an "outrage," Harvard researcher Ashish Jha, M.D., told lawmakers congressional action is necessary.
Oklahoma is the latest state to approve the use of medical marijuana and more news.
Health policy experts blamed hospital consolidation and a lack of price transparency as some of the key drivers of ballooning healthcare costs.
Significant health disparities exist between states, according to a new study, highlighting the need for policies that emphasize preventative health.
The Hartford health insurer and the Ivy League university are looking into the causes of well-being as well as how to enhance it.
Common explanations as to why healthcare costs are so high may be wrong, a new study finds.
A lack of federal funds for gun research has left policymakers without basic information to make decisions.