What the United States can learn from other nations' "frugal innovations," Advisory Board lines up everything you need to know about CMS' changes to hospital outpatient and ambulatory surgical center payments for 2018, and more.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate would result in 13 million more uninsured U.S. residents and save the federal government $338 billion from 2018 to 2027, compared with current law, according to a report released Wednesday by the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation.
At some point, a person grappling with a life-threatening illness "comprehends, on a gut level, that death is close"—a realization that in many ways acts as a "psychological" trauma, according to palliative-care specialists, Jennie Dear writes for The Atlantic.
A new study finds annual U.S. health care spending between 1996 and 2013 rose by $933.5 billion after adjusting for inflation, and about half of the rise was due to changes in health care service price and intensity.
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