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This is the solution to rising drug costsIt's fair—right?
Some dream of payers without borders, but obstacles remainExperts are skeptical that deregulating state insurance markets will lead to less costly plans and better coverage
How the mix of tech and personalization helps improve adherence and outcomesOne in four Americans has multiple chronic conditions according to the CDC.
Education and outreach crucial to teen vaccinate uptakeTeens want and need physicians to reach out and give them responsibility when it comes to managing vaccination, according to a new report.
Report: Middle school vaccine mandates workStates requiring students to get certain vaccinations before middle school have lower disease incidences and higher compliance rates, a new report finds.
Is healthcare a collective right or individual privilege?
Is healthcare a collective right or individual privilege?We, the people, must have an open debate and come to resolution on healthcare: Is it a right or a privilege?
America’s self-inflicted opioid crisis
America’s self-inflicted opioid crisisIn the last few years, drug overdoses led by opioids have become the leading cause of accidental deaths, eclipsing that of automobile crashes and violence.
Liability is limited in vaccine-related injuriesVaccine-related injuries in adults are rising, but healthcare providers administering those vaccines rarely have to worry about liability claims.
Flu “patch” as effective as shots, preferred by patientsResearchers have developed a microneedle patch that could replace injections for influenza vaccination and a host of other diseases.
Considerations for participating in an HIEEHRs enable exchange of patient records through health information exchanges, but making the record-sharing work isn’t seamless.