By Henry Kimmel, Psy.D. Days from her 80th birthday, “Nancy” (not her real name) is doing well. She’s active, exercises, drives, travels, and lives alone in a multi-story apartment building
Costs of Care
The policymakers we have tasked with improving our healthcare system mean well but have limited optics. I don’t blame them. Capitol Hill is a long way from the hospital bedside.
By David Marcovitz When I was a second year medical student, I gave blood at a Red Cross drive and noticed a week later that I had a hard and slightly
By Richard J. Sagall, MD Everywhere I look today, I see ads claiming huge savings from drug discount cards. These cards promise huge savings to consumers, yet they are unable
By Jessie Gruman “Health care costs are sky-rocketing!” “The percentage of the U.S. GDP devoted to heath care costs is the highest in the world.” “The cost of Medicare is
By Cindy Fox My right eye had a blackout in September 2010 when I stepped onto our deck. I didn’t pay much attention to this episode as my vision zoomed