Is it possible to lower drug prices without losing out on breakthrough treatments in the future?
Improving health and lowering costs for the sickest and most expensive patients in America is a dream harder to realize than many health care leaders had hoped.
As the opioid crisis continues to ravage the country, some states are turning to controversial laws that force people into treatment.
Two friends—a doctor and an economist—have spent more than 20 years trying to redesign insurance around one simple but elusive goal: make the good stuff more accessible than the bad stuff.
We know good nutrition is tied to good health. But is there evidence that food should be prescribed and paid for like medicine?
Health care leaders are spending more time and money trying to improve how doctors and nurses communicate with their patients. Are those efforts working?
What have 30 years of hospital mergers meant to the cost and quality of care we receive? And where do we go from here?
A team of economists and coders has built one of the most influential machines in health care—a machine almost no one has ever heard of.
Tradeoffs is a new podcast exploring our confusing, costly, and often counterintuitive health care system. Season 1 starts October 16th.