D.C. and Maryland health exchange officials are trying to tamp down worries about privacy tied to Obamacare.
Watch videos of some of Sen. Ted Cruz\’s statements on the Senate floor through Wednesday morning.
The most dangerous field to work in is: health care.
Maryland is the first state in the nation to designate \”health
enterprise zones\” in hopes of luring more medical resources to the
More than 200 victims of the Boston Marathon bombings are healing from injuries sustained in the blast. Several of those victims are working to re-build their lives with the loss of a limb.
One man claims that changing something as simple
as the top of a medicine bottle will result in
hundreds of billions of dollars in health care
Fairfax County is debating policies that would
encourage county employees to stop smoking in an
effort to improve workers\’ health and reduce
health care costs.
Instead of reaching for Tylenol or Motrin to cure your next migraine, the drug \”Help, I have a headache\” may just do the trick. The medication is one of the products offered by Help Remedies, a start-up company from New York City that aims to make over-the-counter health care simpler for consumers.
A study published in this month\’s Health Affairs
found that care provided by less-experienced
doctors can cost up to 13 percent more than
treatment from their more experienced colleagues.
Americans are spending more on prescription drugs,
despite the increasing availability of generics.
United Medical Center has imminent and long-term
problems as a result of Monday’s bombshell
revelation that the
District has been distributing too much federal
aid to the
A bill is being proposed in Montgomery County that would charge a fee for ambulance rides to the hospital.
Fairfax County is comparatively well-positioned to profit from the emerging field of genomics and personalized medicine, but the county needs to do more to meet its needs, said Jerry Gordon, CEO
of Fairfax County Economic Development Authority.
Many states have argued the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, signed into law by the president in March 2012, are unconstitutional, particularly the requirements that most Americans purchase health insurance. Professor Jonathan Turley, who teaches public interest law at George Washington University, believes the outcome of the Supreme Court case will determine the future of the federalist approach in the U.S.
Neighbors are trying to stop the expansion.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.