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One insurer is turning the tables on drugmakers with what may be a new job category: a sales force for cost-effective medicine.
Secretary David Shulkin says the change will let the agencies’ systems work together seamlessly.
A fully functional brain-computer interface, in theory, turns a person into a programmable, debuggable machine—just like a computer.
About 300 health care systems around the country have set up medical-legal partnerships to help patients who are dealing with legal problems that affect their health.
The proposal passed the state Senate and now heads to the Assembly, but with few details on how to foot the $400-billion-a-year cost for the plan, the prospects don’t look too sunny.
The state health insurance exchange has instructed its participating health plans to submit alternative proposals for premium hikes that would offset the potential loss of an important source of federal funding.
More of the research studies being presented at the world’s largest annual gathering of cancer scientists comes from abroad.
J. Mario Molina and John Molina were recently ousted from the company their father founded. The Wall Street Journal offers a look at what happened.
A 22-year old man from Orange County, Calif., alleges in a lawsuit that his health insurer stopped paying for a crucial — and expensive — immunotherapy drug, leading him to become seriously ill. Treatments for patients with similar conditions are increasingly denied or interrupted, experts and patient advocates say.
Efforts to improve health care in the state aren’t new. As the vote on a single-payer system nears, take a look back at past efforts.