Critics and supporters predicted that the federal health law would have a huge impact on the time it takes to see a doctor. Turns out they were both wrong.
The rate has increased in every state in the last decade, yet few are doing much to prevent it.
In an attempt to cut costs and improve care, some states are merging coverage for patients who qualify for both Medicaid and Medicare. It’s a bold experiment that’s off to a rocky start.
Three cities, one county and a state have suspended laws that hamper their ability to address homelessness. But why now and what does it mean?