This morning, Senate Republicans revised the Graham-Cassidy health care bill in an attempt to win votes from Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins. This afternoon, the Senate Finance Committee held...
Private insurers are now required to start providing women with eight basic preventive health services for no extra fee, according to provisions in the Affordable Care Act.
We hear about what the law will mean for health care consumers in Massachusetts.
A new health care cost containment bill is expected to be out of committee today, and the governor has sent the so-called 'three strikes bill' back to the Legislature with...
We take a look at the survey and its methodology, and find out where some of our other local institutions ranked.
Former Democratic State Rep. Susan Tracy and former executive director of the National Republican Congressional Committee Nancy Dwight join 'Radio Boston' for this week's political round-table.
Christine Ferguson, the new director of the Rhode Island Health Benefits Exchange, joins Radio Boston to discuss her opinion on the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act ruling.
Today the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the basic provisions of the federal health care overhaul law, handing President Obama a huge victory. What does this mean for health care consumers...
Massachusett's three biggest insurers say they'll keep some of the Affordable Care Act in place, whether or not the Supreme Court decides requiring people to buy health insurance violates the...
WBUR recently conducte a poll asking Massachusetts adults suffering from serious illnesses about the cost and the quality of their care, and got back a myriad of responses.
A trio of health care innovators are challenging us to redefine our idea of what health care actually encompasses, where it takes place, and who provides it.
As the Supreme Court hears arguments about health reform, we’ll talk about one proposal on Beacon Hill to move the state to a single-payer plan.
Kissing a stranger may no longer be the best way to save someone's life. New evidence suggests mouth-to-mouth resuscitation isn't as effective as chest compressions alone.
A series in the Boston Globe exposes a potentially flawed system of giving federal payments to families with disabled children.
Costs of Care, a Boston nonprofit, believes one way to bring down the price of health care is to make doctors more aware of their patients' medical bills.