The fine print of health insurance policies seems to be getting finer still, so it’s best to protect yourself before signing on the dotted line.
Reform the medical malpractice system so that doctors and patients both benefit. Here is a realistic and sensible approach.
The changing business of primary care leaves some without timely access to their doctor and raises the specter of the two-tiered health care system.
A rational, nonpartisan discussion is necessary if the United States hopes to meet its citizens' health-care needs.
It seems that we are learning differently these days. When I grew up, much of the learning paradigm was based on trial and error. This is not the case anymore.
Recent data shows how little impact medical malpractice actually has on health-care costs. Yet that doesn’t mean we can’t do better.