Topic: Healthcare Disparities
A new CDC study found significant gaps between Medicare and MA beneficiaries in having issues paying medical bills.
Male physicians starting their careers are paid an average of $36,600 more than their female colleagues, according to a new study.
Sepsis is a bigger global threat than previously believed, according to a new study published in the Lancet.
A new study finds an association between lack of specialty care and reduced care quality for rural Medicare patients.
Disparities in healthcare can make a big difference in a patient's life expectancy.
In addition to saving costs, removing Medicare fraud and abuse perpetrators from practice may improve patient health outcomes.
A proposed rule that would remove anti-discrimination protections, including those for LGBTQ individuals, generated more than 155,000 comments.
Are Trump’s top Medicaid regulators ignoring major problems? An insurance giant’s tense meeting with a senator adds to the growing concern.
Families who are covered through TRICARE report worse access to healthcare than people with private plans—and the uninsured, a new study shows.
New York City has kicked off an initiative that aims to connect the city’s 600,000 uninsured residents with care.