A new initiative will bring 21st-century approaches to environmental monitoring and public health.
In this week's episode, CAP immigration expert Phil Wolgin discusses the so-called crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border and James Hamblin joins us for his perspective on the opioid epidemic.
Once considered the epicenter of the opioid epidemic, the city of Dayton, Ohio, pioneered an innovative response that has saved countless lives and become a national model for addressing addiction.
Overturning the Affordable Care Act would negatively affect Medicare, Medicaid, employer coverage, and individual coverage.
Americans would benefit from stronger antitrust enforcement, more competition, and fairer prices in the markets for hospital and physician services.
Implementing public policies to reduce obesity may help prevent chronic disease and increase life expectancy, particularly for low-income individuals.
In addition to saving lives, expanding Medicaid would have wide-ranging benefits for residents of the 17 nonexpansion states—benefits that go far beyond boosting health insurance coverage and improving access to care.
The most damaging effects of the Trump administration’s policies are yet to come.
This interactive illustrates actions taken by states to combat federal sabotage of the Affordable Care Act.
Too many private-sector workers, especially in Southern and Midwest states, do not have access to paid sick days, jeopardizing their family’s health and economic security—as well as their own.
As the federal government continues to undermine the health care system, states are taking matters into their own hands.
Tobacco prevention public policies are proven to help reduce smoking rates, but they may also help increase life expectancy, particularly for lower-income populations.
The average marketplace enrollee will pay about $1,000 more for health insurance than they should due to mandate repeal and the short-term plan rule.
Abortion is considered to be a separate, politicized entity within the broader health insurance system, but a lack of coverage for this critical health care can have devastating impacts on women.
For more than two decades, Medicare has relied far too heavily on recommendations submitted by the American Medical Association’s Relative Value Scale Update Committee.