In the November 2020 election, voters will decide between candidates with widely different visions of American health care, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says 94% of reported coronavirus-related deaths had underlying medical conditions–-meaning that for the other 6%, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned.
Joe Biden is warning that people could lose their health insurance in a U.S. Supreme Court case but an analyst points out the Obama-Biden administration wrecked coverage for millions.
Patients and payors can benefit from more affordable treatment in the wake of the pandemic.
If a shot becomes available, there's a good chance more people will choose to vaccinate without a government mandate.
A major national newspaper is reporting that hospitals and doctors get paid more if Medicare patients are listed as COVID-19 and on ventilators.
After publicly calling attention to the problem eight years, physicians say there has been little to no change in the way insurance companies cover prescription medications for suicidal patients considered in danger of a drug overdose.
This year has been labeled a referendum on just about everything, but healthcare is one thing that will definitely drive people to the polls.