Medicare Advantage: Mend It, Don't End It

Opinion | John R. Graham
U.S. President Obama speaks about Affordable Care Act at Prince George's Community College in Largo

Health savings accounts could help correct the price distortions and fraud in the system.

FIVE DOCTORS Implicated In $56 Mil Medicare Fraud Scheme

US | Tristyn Bloom

False records, unnecessary medical treatment, money laundering…

The Left's Split Personality On Budget And Environmental Policy

Opinion | J.T. Young
A protester carries a sign during the "People's Climate March" in the Manhattan borough of New York

One is an actuarial certainty, the other is a hypothesis. But to the left, only one is a crisis.

ROLLING IN DOUGH: Medical Co Billed The Govt Millions For Wheelchairs For People Who Could Walk

US | Tristyn Bloom

‘The wheelchairs were not medically necessary because the beneficiaries could walk’

Conflicts Of Interest In Discussions About End-Of-Life Care

Opinion | Joanne Butler
Hospice care. Associated Press

Don’t trust the hospital checklist, get a lawyer.

Doc Admits He Put Patients Through Unnecessary Chemo In Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme

US | Tristyn Bloom

Assistant Attorney General: ‘The mere thought of what he did is chilling’

Report: Coverage For End-Of-Life Planning Could Soon Be Approved

US | Scott Greer

‘We think it’s really important to incentivize this kind of care’

Cardiologist Indicted For Making Millions Performing Unnecessary Medical Procedures

US | Tristyn Bloom
Dr Persaud outside an Ohio courthouse Thursday

Knowingly misdiagnosed patients, referred them for costly surgeries

California Unions: Medicare For All!

Daily Caller News Foundation | Connor D. Wolf

‘Medicare ‘is under attack’

New Regulations Force Doctors To Choose Between Expensive Medicine And More Visits

Opinion | Brian Joondeph
Health Overhaul Ads.JPEG

Elderly patients face going broke with the expensive drug or doubling their office appointments

Manipulating Physicians To Block Access Isn't The Way To Control Healthcare Costs

Opinion | Dr. Bert Petersen
Doctor Murthy stands outside the Supreme Court during legal arguments over the Affordable Care Act in Washington

Two new private-sector cost cutting measures pose a threat to independent diagnostics.

Medicare Made $6.7 Billion Wrong Payments In 2010 On Office Visits Alone

US | Sarah Hurtubise
A cashier counts out money at Macy's Herald Square on Thanksgiving Day in New York

But don’t expect them to start double-checking

Studies Show Medicaid Leads To Poor Health Outcomes

Opinion | Jason Fodeman
Doctors Jordan Klein and Chane Price confer as University of Miami interns Ignatios Papas and Tim Sterrenberg look on in the Rehabilitation Unit of Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami

States should be allowed to experiment with reforms, not be bribed into expanding the program.

How Salary Sharing Hurts the Workplace

Opinion | Gary Shapiro
Doctors Jordan Klein and Chane Price confer as University of Miami interns Ignatios Papas and Tim Sterrenberg look on in the Rehabilitation Unit of Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami

Unnecessary disclosures drive the wrong kind of office competition.

S&P: 'Global Aging' A Bigger Threat To The US Than 'Global Warming'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Members of environmental associations gather to demand improvements in climate change and energy models, outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels

‘Financial consequences of aging societies are likely to overshadow all other economic trends’

Optimistic Jobs Numbers Obscure Swelling Social Security Disability Insurance Rolls

Opinion | Joanne Butler
President Obama pauses as he discusses unemployment, in the East Room of the White House in Washington

Last Friday’s report is nothing for the Obama administration to be proud of.