President Obama has encouraged the transition from paper to electronic medical records in hospitals, but the transition still has some way to go. Today one hospital in Milwaukee is working its way through a digital transition. Erin Toner reports.
The first batch of swine flu vaccine is ready for testing and the developer is asking for clinical trial volunteers. Scientists hope to make sure the vaccine is ready for use by flu season. Sarah Gardner reports.
President Obama is pointing to the Cleveland Clinic as a model for how to get quality health care at lower cost. But some say the clinic's method spells bankruptcy for other hospitals. Tamara Keith reports.
Covering the uninsured and improving quality while cutting costs have been two of President Obama's objectives in a health care overhaul. To illustrate these goals, he's highlighting one hospital viewed as a success story. Tamara Keith reports.
At a White House press conference, President Obama asserts that a new health care policy is needed to bring the nation's larger economic problems under control. Marketplace's Tamara Keith reviews the president's talking points with Kai Ryssdal.
The health-care-reform conversation, so far, has been more about monetary policy than medicine. So what's in it for consumers and taxpayers? The New York Times' David Leonhardt talks with Kai Ryssdal about the economics behind reform.
President Obama will address health care tonight during prime time. Is he rushing the reform process or is it going too slow? Steve Chiotakis hears more from Bradley Herring, a health economist at Johns Hopkins University.