When we look at aging populations, 65 could be new 55 because of the difference between our chronological age and our biological age.
A close look at health inequality reveals that money and the life expectancy gap might not be as closely related as we might assume.
Called a prescription escalator, our prescription drug spending is more about efficacy and age than the rising prices that we say we see.
The six categories of healthcare spending waste and the five groups that help to create it can be related to Fermi’s Paradox.
Ideal for considering Medicare For All, this Medicare update conveys six facts about Medicare enrollment, Medicare geography, and Medicare popularity.
While healthcare price transparency sounds like a logical way to constrain soaring healthcare costs, the results were not quite what we expected.
In a new report, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) presents a menu of choices that we will need to consider if we want single payer healthcare.