Abortion restrictions shine a light on hospital ethics committees. But what do they do? | Opinion
Ethics committees’ roles are often misunderstood.
After Dobbs, abortion access is harder, comes later and with a higher risk
Abortions in the second and third trimester of pregnancy appear to be on the rise.
Congressional Dems renew push to protect access to birth control
'Millions of people use contraception and they have for decades, U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., said Wednesday.
Pa. has eliminated its Medicaid provider application backlog, removing barriers to care | Opinion
The move allows providers to do what they do best: Care for people.
Pa. Rep. Summer Lee introduces hazard pay bill for healthcare workers
'Every time disaster strikes, our health care workers show up for us. It’s time we show up for them,' the W.Pa. Democrat said.
With this tech fix, we can improve the healthcare experience for all | Opinion
Chasing after unavailable yet necessary health information wastes precious time and resources, burns out providers, and frustrates patients.
Medicaid Cutoffs: An American horror story | Opinion
Some 15M Americans are being thrown off Medicaid. No elected official should stand for this.
What to do about cuts to state Medicaid rolls? | Editorial Cartoon
Millions of kids could lose health coverage as states purge Medicaid rolls as enhanced pandemic benefits end.
How to make a state abortion ban go national
For Idaho activists step one was getting their AG on board.
Patients are the real victims of insurance network cuts | Opinion
What good are life changing treatments if patients are denied access to them?
For uninsured people with cancer, securing care can be like spinning a roulette wheel
In the face of potentially daunting bills, uninsured adults sometimes delay care, which can result in worse survival outcomes.
U.S. Department of Justice asks appeals court to pause abortion pill ruling
The request argued the Texas judge’s ruling was 'especially unwarranted given the balance of harms.'