A pricing tool embedded in their electronic health record and prescribing system lets doctors see how much patients will pay out-of-pocket based on their insurance and the pharmacy. But doctors have been slow to adopt the technology, which has limitations.
Get your hands on a copy of “Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day” by Leanne Brown. You don’t have to be
When you sign up for your health insurance benefits during your annual open enrollment, do you automatically opt for the plan
An analysis involving more than 8,000 Americans found that those who suffered a “negative wealth shock” faced a 50 percent increased risk of dying over the next two decades.
The complaint alleges that Sutter Health engaged in anticompetitive behavior.
A new JAMA research letter reports that people are paying drug copays that are higher than the drug’s cash price
In the recent past, people have found themselves paying higher medical costs out-of-pocket. Although the ACA has given Americans access
Governor Mark Dayton wants drug manufacturers to pay a fee of approximately one penny per pill to help fund prevention and treatment efforts.
This time of year typically creates a lot of consumer confusion, and getting all the facts straight can be tricky.
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