The latest news on Medicare
The post office isn’t obsolete yet, but it will be soon if Congress continues with business as usual.
Obama is planning to appoint the head of Medicare and Medicaid without Senate hearings.
The return of "slow the growth."
Treatment rates and use of costlier drugs increased after new rules took effect, study finds
Virtually certain of losing a Senate vote, Democrats scale back a catchall tax and spending bill.
Patients in some areas spend nearly double without lowering other medical costs, researchers find
I’m all for encouraging nonlawyers to run for public office, but a lack of practical real-world experience is not what ails our political system.
Improving outpatient care could cut down on multiple readmissions, study authors suggest
Higher taxes and reduced benefits are inevitable, and that's if Congress acts responsibly.
Report anticipates U.S. bill of $20 trillion over next 40 years