Medicare has hit midlife and maintaining her is increasingly pricey.
America’s breakthrough single-payer health care system for the elderly has plenty to celebrate at 50.
Short-term care policies can do something that long-term care policies can’t do: Pay benefits in addition to Medicare coverage.
A new “Surgeon Scorecard” helps consumers pick a surgeon based on their past performance.
A proposed rule would allow Medicare to reimburse physicians for having end-of-life consultations with their patients.
Making telemedicine more available requires changing long-standing Medicare rules, but there are good reasons to do it.
Avoiding a fall is a lot cheaper than recovering from one.
Health insurers tap “big data” to uncover cost savings. But is there a risk to patient privacy?
Consider your teeth when you budget for health care in retirement.
The problem with self-insurance is that you don’t know when you’ll need the coverage. It’s not just for seniors; many people aren’t saving enough for retirement now.