When employees are forced to pay higher premiums, they often delay or forgo needed medical care, which can drive up healthcare costs for insurers in particular, which have to pay for the additional medical care those employees need as a result of the delay.
Costs associated with follow-up care are too expensive for young cancer survivors, even if they have health insurance, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer .
Perusing through my favorite health-related websites this week brought me to a new blog post from the Commonwealth Fund that got me thinking about our overall healthcare system. We all know it needs
Although insurance companies have seen three straight years of record profits, they continue pushing for higher premiums that they say will protect against any sudden increase in demand or cost of
Well, here's a medical tourism tidbit that deserves more attention: According to a new UCLA study appearing in the journal Medical Care, almost a million California residents seek medical care in