In another personalized medicine development, researchers at UCLA have identified a way to improve depression treatment.
While the United States is often portrayed as having the most troubled health system among developed nations, every country has serious issues, including Canada.
A recent drug trial illustrates how comparative effectiveness research may actually facilitate more health care spending.
AHIP presents evidence on the value of Medicare Advantage plans in delivering more efficient and effective care.
Researchers associated with the Dartmouth Atlas project reinforce their viewsg on high health costs in a NEJM Perspective.
Inverness Medical has agreed to acquire Free & Clear, a provider of smoking cessation and other wellness services.
There are times when a medical innovation occurs that looks like a winner from a quality and a cost perspective. Johns Hopkins researchers appear to have found one for the rapid identification of stroke.
New research reveals complex aspects of patients’ decision-making, depending on how information is presented.
A WSJ articles reports on Maryland’s experience with hospital price controls.
Everybody says we need cost control and expanded access, but nobody wants to pony up.
Rand Corporation has published a study comparing use of retail clinics with emergency room and primary care physician visits.
The Rand Corporation has produced a useful summary of information regarding comparative effectiveness research’s potential.