Use an interactive graph to see how frequently a co-payment exceeds the price of commonly prescribed drugs and the average size of the overpayment.
High-deductible health plans may have unintended consequences for patients.
Stephane Hess makes the case for moving beyond treating individual decisions in isolation and discusses the potential benefits and pitfalls of moving away from models grounded in economic theory.
A new study of 831 patients sent to top-level trauma centers for a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury found that only 44 percent saw a physician or other provider within three months of their injury, a critical period for care.
Health outcomes may depend on which treatment is received, whether choice of treatment is given, and whether a received treatment is the preferred therapy.
More than 1 in 3 beneficiaries filled an opioid prescription annually; about 1 in 10 were chronic opioid users.