Seven out of 10 Americans rate their health-related behaviors and attitudes as good or excellent.
Racial differences in pain may be rooted in life experience, rather than intrinsic biology.
Reference prices are associated with lower prices paid by employers and lower cost sharing by employees.
Having many patients with multiple chronic diseases may raise the mental strain of general practitioners.
Large proportions of antibiotic prescriptions for Medicaid patients are filled without evidence of infection-related diagnoses or clinician visits.
Using negotiated prices and a defined formulary, similar to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Medicare could save billions of dollars on prescription insulin for patients with diabetes, according to a research letter published online Feb. 3 in JAMA Internal Medicine.