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In 2015 the disease claimed double the amount of lives it did in 2000, but promising treatment after promising treatment fail in trials.
After several years of historically slow growth, health spending will pick up for the foreseeable future, according to a CMS report.
Outlets report on news from Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Connecticut, Texas, Michigan, Kansas, California, Maine and Florida.
In a review of documents, The Associated Press reports that Verma’s consulting firm made millions through agreements with nine states — work that may have conflicted with her public duties. And KHN reports on the reemergence of “death panel” fears.
Cada uno debe encontrar su propia manera de manejar el miedo a la muerte. Una experta, quien superó su propio miedo a través de años de asistir a los moribundos, dice que la muerte raramente es tan terrible como la mayoría de la gente teme.
The leader of the Senate Democrats points to concerns that Republicans will seek to change Medicare to be a voucher program. Echoing those concerns about the future of the program, AARP has initiated online and TV ads supporting Medicare.
Taking time to discuss the inevitable can help conquer a universal fear.
Opinion writers offer a variety of views on the latest health policy developments.
The FDA has approved dozens of new cancer medications in recent years, but few offer the benefits that patients seek.
Empujados por defensores de pacientes que quieren acceso temprano a los medicamentos, la FDA ha aprobado una ráfaga de drogas oncológicas en los últimos años, Pero pocas de estas drogas han permitido a pacientes con una esperanza de vida limitada, vivir por años.
Outlets report on news from Connecticut, Wisconsin, Arizona, Ohio, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida, Texas and California.
The first overhaul of federal regulations in almost 30 years for home health care agencies will require them to be much more responsive to what aging patients and their caregivers need or want.
Expertos, y estudios, afirman que la risa puede agregar humor, y aliviar el dolor por la pérdida cercana, al final de la vida.
Humor may be an antidote for the pain of death for both patients and survivors.
Many seniors are denied coverage because therapists mistakenly believe that they must be making improvements to qualify for coverage.
Outlets report on news from Kansas, Iowa, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Virginia, Texas, California, Pennsylvania and Florida.
A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services suggested an increase of 0.25 percent in pay to the private insurance plans that are an alternative to traditional Medicare. That is less than last year’s increase but generally in line with what analysts expected.
Outlets report on news from Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Colorado, New Hampshire, Georgia, California and Florida.
According to a settlement four years ago, Medicare was supposed to make clear to therapists that their services are covered even if beneficiaries are not improving. But that is not yet widely accepted.