Many Americans have remained unimpressed with the health care system, a series of polls found.
Managed-care and health insurance giant Centene Corp. publicly announced its current internal efforts of retrieving lost medical records of its 950, 000 clients.
According to new federal data, the smoking rate among American adults has continued to fall.
Anesthesia-related deaths have fallen over the years, a new study reported.
An analysis of emergency department (ED) visits by children, adolescents, and young adults from 2005-2010 found that rates increased across all insurance groups and the uninsured.
According to the research team, the number of children, teenagers and young adults that visited the ED increased in California regardless of the type of insurance they had
A new study found that patients without insurance and patients with federal health insurance were more likely to die from their cancer.
A new study found that many Americans take into account only two main factors, which are insurance and good bedside manner, when choosing their doctors.
Healthy living kidney donors often face pointless post-donation troubles when seeking or changing health or life insurance, a new study has found.
A new report found that the average costs of cancer treatments increased from $5,000 in 2003 to $10,000 per month today.
A new study reported that Massachusetts's mandatory health care coverage helped reduce the mortality rate.
A new study found that 69 percent of American adults would support mandatory birth control coverage in health plans.
The U.S. uninsured rate has fallen over the past few months due to Obamacare, a new survey reported.
Breast reconstructive surgeries have increased by almost 20 percent, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that cancer survivors over the age of 65 living in rural areas are more likely to skip medical treatment and dental care due to costs.