Beyond medical costs, a trip to the hospital can mean a permanent reduction in income for many Americans, new research shows

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US prosecutors said numerous Novartis AG sales representatives will testify they plied doctors with lavish meals, booze and other benefits in exchange for promises to prescribe the Swiss company’s drugs, as a seven-year-old case moves toward trial

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Hospitals in Maryland have saved millions of dollars in health care costs by eschewing the tradition fee-for-service model for one that emphasizes overall health, a report released by state regulators shows

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“Compassionate release” has bipartisan support as a way to reduce the federal prison population and save taxpayer money. New data shows that it’s rarely used

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The Price They Pay

March 6, 2018

ProPublica and The New York Times have partnered to tell the stories of Americans living daily with the reality of high-cost drugs. There are millions of others just like them

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The ride-sharing company is launching a service that allows doctors to hail cars for their patients

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Never Too Late to Operate?

February 28, 2018

Surgery near the end of life is common, costly. Nearly 1 in 3 Medicare patients undergo an operation in their final year of life

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Our Travis Rieder argues that, yes, America probably needs a culture change regarding pain medicine, but we have to be careful how we frame that challenge.

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