The incidence of Alzheimer’s was reduced for beneficiaries frequently prescribed statins.
The study finds increased aspirin use by high-risk older Americans would generate $692 billion in net health benefits by 2036.
The daily regimen by older patients shows multiple health benefits and a reduction in health care spending, according to researchers.
The GAO report analyzes the implications of life expectancy trends on retirement.
The Schaeffer Center, the OECD, and the University of Rome Tor Vergata have signed an agreement to develop a global aging simulation platform.
Researchers analyze concerns, trends and policy considerations critical for the sustainability of Medicare in a series of studies.
The 2030 Medicare recipient will likely be a woman, disabled, and suffering from either one or a combination of chronic health conditions such as hypertension and diabetes.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has renewed the Roybal Center for Health Policy Simulation’s funding for an additional five years.
Nobel Prize winner and economics expert James J. Heckman has joined the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics .
When the last baby boomers sign up for Medicare in 2030, they’ll have long lives ahead. A man 65 likely will live 18.3 more years and a woman 65 another 21.7 years. Unfortunately, there’s a downside.