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Health apps may have the potential to dramatically improve people’s lives, but those based on misleading or bogus information can cause serious harm.
Taking a look at three research projects aimed at developing something that may improve end of life care for both the patient and the family.
By Jordan Rau, KHN Staff Writer This story was produced in collaboration with the Washington Post. The Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the country, has long employed many of the approaches...
Polls have shown that the public remains divided about health reform – and remarkably ill-informed about it.
In this era of government gridlock, consumers are no longer waiting for the political establishment to solve the nation’s health care crisis. Instead, they are banding together to fix problems themselves.