Health care reform that raises quality, lowers costs, and improves access to care is almost inconceivable without physicians leading and directing the changes.
Washington, DC witnessed a confrontation last week that encapsulates, for good and for ill, the dire situation facing the United States – and the choice we must make if we are to recover and return
Today, more people than ever before—67.3 million Americans, from college students to retirees to welfare beneficiaries—depend on the federal government for housing, food, income, student aid, or ot
The new year brings us good, if not great, news within the annual cancer statistical projections for 2012, according to an annual report from Dr. Ahmedin Jemal.
GAO report showing $33 trillion needed for Social Security/Medicare should scare us all.
Let’s pause from our normal breakneck pace of waivers and reviews, court challenges and approvals, to take a moment to assess three lessons from the year in health policy.