Is our health care system adequately helping people prepare for death? Expert panelists discuss end-of-life care and ways it can be improved.
Despite their interest in doing so, most cancer patients do not enroll in clinical trials. A panel of experts discusses challenges and solutions that could lead to medical breakthroughs.
With the senior population increasing dramatically, caring for them at home isn't just the cheapest method—it might be the most effective, too.
The author and an expert panel examine the future of DPC as physicians and patients look beyond "fee for service" model of health care.
The elderly special needs population now has more options for long-term care outside of traditional health services.
Experts discuss how A.I. and evidence-based medicine will soon be an inevitable part of patient care
Hypertension and diabetes, among other factors, are contributing to skyrocketing rates. Is over-diagnosing and over-treating part of the problem?
As the industry evolves, the boards of health care companies must become more engaged.
An inside look at how ratings agencies like the NCQA and A.M. Best assess health insurance companies.
Benefits and resources for the more than 40 million in-home family care providers is a hot—and complex—topic.
Experts weigh in on appropriate use criteria and its quality control impact from the health insurer's perspective.
Innovations in the field may offer relief for the U.S. health system's $700 billion inappropriate care crisis.
"The Business of Health Care" program on Wharton Business Radio explored the problems behind inappropriate health care.
"The Business of Health Care" program on Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School tackled this complex, critical topic.
Why physician leadership has been lacking and what Wharton is doing to reverse the trend.
Self-learning systems could soon revolutionize medicine and patient care.