By Chad Terhune Cooking dinner one night in March, Mark Frizzell sliced his pinkie finger while peeling a butternut squash and..
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By Selena Simmons-Duffin, NPR A big part of Washington, D.C.’s plan to get its HIV rate down is to get more..
By Melissa Bailey After back-to-back, eight-hour shifts at a chiropractor’s office and a rehab center, Nirva arrived outside an elderly woman’s..
By Jay Hancock Saturdays at Mercy Medical Center used to be perversely lucrative. The dialysis clinic across the street was closed..
Your patient data may be less safe than you originally thought. A new report from Accenture shows that 1 in..
Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News With federal spending on Medicaid experiments soaring in recent years, a congressional watchdog said state..
Barbara Feder Ostrov, Kaiser Health News Both of California’s health insurance regulators said they will investigate how Aetna Inc. makes..
Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News Indiana on Friday became the second state to win federal approval to add a work..
Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News For the past year, the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress have led a charge..
Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News A brief, partial shutdown of the federal government ended Monday, as the Senate and House..
Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News Thousands of poor adults in Kentucky will have to find jobs and pay monthly premiums..
Sarah Varney, Kaiser Health News This KHN special series examines the reach and the role of Medicaid, the federal-state program..