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A new study underscores the potential for effective collaboration between hospitals and services for the homeless.
Housing should be a top priority for healthcare systems and communities across the U.S., according to the 2019 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) report.
Arkansas’s Medicaid work requirements increased the rate of uninsured in the state but has not affected employment, according to a new report.
New research shows that those with low incomes, young adults and residents of the South and West would be hardest hit by a repeal of the ACA.
Humana convened some of healthcare’s greatest minds to build a consensus on nebulous concepts, but the experts couldn’t agree, either.
With healthcare costs at the forefront, physicians need to understand why cost conversations are increasingly important.
All less-educated adults—across racial, ethnic and geographical lines—have seen worsening health between 1997 and 2017.
The U.S. has become more prepared when it comes to managing health emergencies like infectious diseases, terrorism and extreme weather conditions.
Getting managed care insurers to jump into the Affordable Care Act exchanges could drive down premiums, according to a new study.
Kansas' attempt at Medicaid expansion is likely to stall in the state's Senate, and more payer news from around the web.