Category: Medicine

Anti-Abortion Hard-Liners Speak Up – KFF Health News

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Bird Flu Lands as the Next Public Health Challenge

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Newly Minted Doctors Are Avoiding Abortion Ban States

The Host A new analysis finds that graduating medical students were less likely to apply…

Abortion — Again — At the Supreme Court

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Medicare Stumbles Managing a Costly Problem — Chronic Illness

Nearly a decade ago, Medicare launched a program to help the two-thirds of beneficiaries with…

Medical Providers Still Grappling With UnitedHealth Cyberattack: ‘More Devastating Than Covid’

Two months after a cyberattack on a UnitedHealth Group subsidiary halted payments to some doctors,…

Medicare’s Push To Improve Chronic Care Attracts Businesses, but Not Many Doctors

Carrie Lester looks forward to the phone call every Thursday from her doctors’ medical assistant,…

Attack of the Medicare Machines

Dan Weissmann Covering the American health care system means we tell some scary stories. This…

Rising Complaints of Unauthorized Obamacare Plan-Switching and Sign-Ups Trigger Concern

Federal and state regulators aren’t doing enough to stop the growing problem of rogue health…

Biden Is Right About $35 Insulin Cap but Exaggerates Prior Costs for Medicare Enrollees

Samantha Putterman, PolitiFact Insulin for Medicare beneficiaries “was costing 400 bucks a month on average.…