Articles Tagged with “HEALTH INSURANCE”

A solo traveler is bitten by a rabid dog and must navigate her care abroad.

Long the bedrock of medicine, the practice of primary care has been in need of a reinvention. Several models show promise. None of them will be cheap.

Photographer Walter Arnold captures the beauty of a forsaken hospital.

Often ridiculed, ICD-10 may relieve some diagnostic and billing headaches. But implementation will bring complications.

Insurers attribute higher premiums for women than men of the same age because of the increased cost of women’s care.

Billing for care now costs almost a third as much as providing it. It’s time to cut the paperwork.