Insurance companies are trying to find dirty little tricks to avoid covering COVID-19 tests, setting up yet another kind of public health crisis.
Health insurance is a multi-billion dollar industry in Singapore. But those diagnosed with mental health disorders are staying silent to avoid losing coverage.
'They Know How to Bamboozle People': Former Insurance Exec Says Industry Will Fail Us During Coronavirus
"This pandemic, if anything, is waking people up to just how unreliable, and insecure, the current healthcare system is."
Delivery app Postmates is offering drivers a fund to help with coronavirus-related issues, but drivers say some of them are only receiving $30.
"After a car accident, an emergency services bill grew to $75,000. We decided declaring bankruptcy was our only option."
A new study links the traditional healthcare system’s numerous failings to the rise of illicit market medical trade.
A series of studies argue that by focusing on costs as a proxy for health, risk algorithms are ignoring the racial inequalities in healthcare access.
Reducing insurance premiums for employees who engage in "healthy" behaviors benefits few people in practice. The Trump administration is letting states do it anyway.
Medical providers could soon use your social media to predict diseases from depression to diabetes, sparking questions of data privacy.
More Black and brown millennials are seeking therapy, but there are still major obstacles in a mental health care system designed for white people.
For 12 years, 'Dwarf Fortress' has been a free video game. It's finally coming to Steam, but only after rising health care costs forced their hand.