The American political system has developed an unusual way of meeting citizens' needs while attempting to hide the fact that it is doing so.
Keeping individual health information private is good thing, but so is aggregating that data to improve care in general. Can those competing good ideas find a happy medium?
It's the president of the free-market-minded Galen Institute versus a pediatrician/activist for a single-payer system in spirited debate on improving American health care.
Partisan opponents of last year's omnibus health care reform in the U.S. have a multitude of legislative tactics they can summon to keep the law from taking effect.
A new study finds palliative care doesn't put patients out of their misery; it puts the misery out of the patients.
From breast pumping to adoption tax credits, the leviathan known as the U.S. health care bill is loaded with little goodies.
Research shows that in Canada, health determines who sees a specialist, but in the U.S., income does.
Depression-era health solution may find new favor in the modern American struggle for health care change.