Addressing inequality in health care around the world will require leveraging technology in new ways and acknowledging social determinants of health.
Kaveh Safavi June 28, 2019
Patient advocacy groups are calling for health care equity as Congress continues to focus on dismantling the Affordable Care Act.
Mary Heitschmidt June 12, 2019
Health officials are better prepared to fight flu now, thanks to hard lessons learned when the swine-flu pandemic hit in 2009.
Steve Sternberg June 11, 2019
Importing drugs from Canada and other countries won’t keep costs down -- and may put consumer safety at risk.
Holly Strom and Kenneth Schell May 28, 2019
A collaboration between Cleveland Clinic and Hebrew University provides advances in nanotechnology.
D. Geoffrey Vince April 30, 2019
There is an alternative to both Obamacare and Medicare-for-All.
Edward Eichhorn and Michael Hutchinson April 26, 2019
In the race to improve healthcare in America, we need to maintain checks and balances as we consider new treatments.
Tom Price April 10, 2019
A new analysis shows where patients are seeking care amid a changing clinical landscape.
Robin Gelburd April 2, 2019
The initiative promises to advocate for female patients and practitioners in the health care industry, but needs hospitals to commit to it.
Sameena Rahman March 27, 2019
The botanical is categorized as a novel psychoactive substance, and instances of adverse medical outcomes are on the rise.
Dessa Bergen-Cico March 15, 2019
Healthcare of Tomorrow
The health care industry is evolving, thanks to policy changes, societal shifts and technological advances. Healthcare of Tomorrow from U.S. News & World Report examines the challenges facing health care, and how it must change to face the future. See more U.S. News special reports.