Surveys show that about one-third of transgender people have been refused treatment or suffered verbal or physical abuse from a medical provider
Patients may still be surprised by the high cost of health care overall, but they'll now be protected against unexpected bills from out-of-network providers
HealthyWomen's "Presidency, Congress and the Supreme Court" looks at the role each branch may play in the year to come
Big transformational reforms are unlikely, but the new administration can make smaller changes that will improve the lives of millions of Americans
Latino and Black patients are less likely to receive pain medications or get referred for advanced care than white patients with the same complaints
More than 20 million Americans will lose coverage if the Affordable Care Act is overturned — and that's just the beginning.
How a New Way Of Parsing COVID-19 Data Began to Show The Breadth Of Health Gaps Between Blacks and Whites
Desegregating data of COVID-19 and other health issues provides a clearer picture of racial and demographic disparities.
Across the country, the affluent are waiting out the pandemic in vacation homes, straining local health care facilities.
Out-of-network bills leave some patients thinking twice before calling an ambulance.