Everywhere you look, there are crises. Healthcare. Immigration. Social Security. Drugs. Violence. The Middle East. Afghanistan. Federal spending and debt.
In a December 1 Washington Post article entitled "Yes, Americans are Feeling the Squeeze. It's Coming from Health Care," Post columnist Robert Samuelson points out, "In the early 1960s, before Medicare and Medicaid, which were enacted in 1965
The United States runs the by far biggest and most bloated healthcare sector in the world when measured as a share of the total economy. Its annual value was $3.7 trillion, amounting to 17.9% of GDP (2018). That is nearly double the average of develo
Dr. Dan Neides, former medical director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, discusses how an innocent article about vaccine safety ended his career there.
Michelle started the organization "Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines," which over the years we have featured numerous times here at Health Impact News, but she says they finally shut the group down because: Nobody had the balls to actually st
The United States runs the by far biggest and most bloated healthcare sector in the world when measured as a share of the total economy.
Google's deal with Ascension strikes a nerve with Feds now making it subject to a probe. Rick Sanchez and Myles Edwards take us through this deal and what it means for big tech to get involved in the healthcare industry.
"There is a hidden motivation to use free flu shots as a marketing tool to improve the hospital's reputation"
...so that consumers can make informed choices. Currently, hospitals are allowed to charge whatever prices they want to for services, typically in secret, burdening patients with exorbitant bills after they've already received medical care
Trump Admin Will Force Hospitals To Disclose "Secret" Insurance Rates