Some people choose not to purchase health insurance. Who are they? KHN’s Christopher Weaver reports.
The average enrollee can expect to pay an average premium of $39 a month.
Rising health care costs are undermining our businesses, exploding our deficits, and costing our nation more jobs with each passing month.
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Center already requires its staff to be vaccinated against seasonal flu–new rule extends that requirement to H1N1.
First shipment limited to 20,000 doses, but larger shipments should begin to arrive mid-October.
A public option would not bring real change in how healthcare is delivered.
Less than half of graduating medical students say they have a good sense of how to navigate health care systems or the economics of practicing medicine.
Fearing swine-flu closures, schools prepare to teach long-distance. NFL players have high rates of dementia. Congress investigates steroids in supplements.
State residents could see in a their out-of-pocket health spending rise 75.5 percent over next decade in worst-case scenario.
How employers would be affected varies greatly, depending on size, the wages they pay, and the coverage they provide.
Institute of Medicine panel says “urgent and clear need” for consistent standards of care.
Seattle Children’s has “embarked on a system-wide assessment of” how its staff prescribes high-risk drugs to prevent the type of prescribing errors that led to the death of a 15-year-old boy.
Factions: those for, those leaning in his direction, and a group of “wild cards”.