A new study finds that 64.3 percent of U.S. health expenditures are government-financed.
Presidential candidate Jeb Bush presents his proposal on health care.
A Tufts medical student whose father is a Maine lobsterman launches the first survey of the health toll that lobstering takes on its harvesters.
But a top aide to Gov. Deval Patrick says he’s not sure yet if the site will be ready by a Nov. 15 deadline.
An analysis of 'How Massachusetts screwed up Obamacare' says the state overreached and fell down on management.
Two Massachusetts studies find that Obamacare's expanded health coverage is unlikely to immediately reduce emergency-room use and hospital readmissions.
Tune in: Christopher Lydon's Radio Open Source will discuss health care tonight with some top experts.
The leader of a nationally recognized community health center in Roxbury asks: Why are more people not knocking on my door to ask how to make health care better, cheaper...
Dr. Timothy Johnson's 'Truth About Obamacare' podcast discusses what changed as of Jan. 1.
As delays in obtaining new health insurance through the Massachusetts Health Connector continue, one newly pregnant woman exemplifies the problem.
A health policy expert explains the error at the core of Healthcare.gov debacle.
Today's episode of Dr. Tim Johnson's "Truth About Obamacare" podcast: Is the law doomed?
Dr. Tim Johnson's second podcast on health reform addresses the major technical glitches in the rollout of the Obamacare exchanges.
WBUR's Cognoscenti launches its new series, Policy for a Healthy America, with an Obamacare piece by John McDonough.
No, Obamacare is not supposed to 'start' Oct. 1, but here's what is supposed to happen.
Dr. Timothy Johnson, long of ABC, hosts a new podcast aiming to battle confusion around Obamacare.
As Obamacare's full kick-in looms, a cheesy soap opera uses melodrama to help teach you what you need to know about the overhaul, especially in Massachusetts.
The biggest Mass. employers' group says the state should get a permanent pass on some parts of Obamacare.
Actuaries estimate that federal health overhaul will lead to an average rise of 32 percent in health insurance claims costs — but New England will see decreases.
Books that guide readers through Obamacare — and trash it — are making the bestseller lists.