The latest news on health insurance
Out of your pocket. Medicaid. Other options are long-term care insurance and a reverse mortgage.
The policies are complicated, and timing is tricky. But they may be a sound purchase for some people.
Many are skipping medical, dental visits because of financial concerns
If you've lost a job, the feds might pay 65 percent of your health insurance bill.
The 126 new centers will serve 750,000 mostly uninsured and underinsured patients.
Higher drug costs and less choice of plans will be the likely results for some.
The Dartmouth Atlas Project is releasing Medicare spending growth rates over a 14-yr. period (1992-2006). The researchers also have a piece in the Feb. 26 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine discussing the data and implications for health care policy and reform.
Newly unemployed women are heading to clinics for Pap smears, contraception, even cholesterol tests.
As more people lose their jobs and health insurance, they're turning to federal programs such as Medicaid, report says
The stimulus has Americans mostly confused. Here's what you need to know.