Kaiser joins other healthcare organizations investing in affordable housing.
Several health economists and policy experts argue until Washington forces drug companies to lower their overall prices, an out-of-pocket Medicare cap is just dabbling at the edges.
More hospitals across the country are selling debt from unpaid medical bills to collection agencies.
With access to Aetna's 47 million customers, CVS wants to transform its stores into "health care hubs."
Texas A&M University will start training doctors and nurses to also be engineers.
First-year medical residents can now work up to 28-hour shifts, which some say can lead to fatigue and mistakes. But senior doctors argue that limiting the length of a shift would compromise resident education and patient care.
Some clinics claim to use stem cells to treat diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
There's lots of optimism as manufacturers crank out medical devices, but no one knows if the approach will save money.
Rochester, Minnesota, has a $6.5 billion 20-year development plan to compete for top talent and spur innovation.