We explain the latest existential challenge to the ACA and outline three ways the Supreme Court could rule.
From restricting abortion to legalizing marijuana, voters are weighing in on a variety of significant state health policy questions this election.
A new federal effort races to virtually deploy critical care providers wherever they’re needed — from COVID hospitals to floods, fires, and even war.
Drugmakers and regulators are placing an unprecedented emphasis on diversity in vaccine clinical trials.
COVID-19 has forced rule changes that have created a telehealth revolution. What have we learned, and are these policies here to stay?
While the coronavirus pandemic has sucked up all the oxygen, the opioid crisis continues to get worse.
Medicare is usually a top election issue. But not this year, even though one of its trust funds is fast running out of money.
We explore new research on why we so often struggle to pick the best health insurance plans.
How one rural Kansas town dealt with losing its only hospital and what lessons it has for the rest of the country.
While most eyes are on the ACA, another Supreme Court case could also have big implications for health care prices and policies.