Today is Apple's annual shareholder meeting, and the company's stock is down 50 percent from nine months ago. Investors want to know how the illness of CEO Steve Jobs factors in on the equation. Rico Gagliano reports.
An annual federal report out today finds health coverage could nearly double within the next decade. By 2016, public payers could be doling out more than half of all health care funding. Ronni Radbill reports.
A new report out today says the FDA is not doing enough to guard patients' health when it comes to life-saving medical equipment. A key issue is a lack of oversight in equipment safety. Ronni Radbill reports.
Oregon residents can get paid through Medicaid if they become official caretakers for family members. Ethan Lindsey reports how some home care workers get help from the state, and how the recession might affect the job.
A new poll shows a majority of Americans believe Medicare should be expanded to include everyone. More than half of respondents are even willing to pay more taxes for the coverage. Danielle Karson reports.
The number of helicopter ambulances has doubled over a decade, but there are also many more crashes. The high cost of missions and no compensation for new safety equipment are big concerns. Jill Barshay reports.