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McKinsey stands by contested health insurance survey
Under fire from Democrats in Congress, consulting firm McKinsey & Co. today released its methodology for a...
AP-GfK Poll: Baby boomers fear outliving Medicare
The first baby boomers will be old enough to qualify for Medicare Jan. 1, and many fear the program's obituary will...
Metro Detroit hospital projects draw scrutiny
More than $1.3 billion in new hospital projects may give a boost to Metro Detroit's languishing economy, but could also...
Executives at health insurance giants cash in as firms plan fee hikes
The top executives at the nation's five largest for-profit health insurance companies pulled in nearly $200 million in...
Chronic illnesses driving up MI’s healthcare costs
Chronic illnesses, such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease, are costing Michigan big bucks, according to a study...
Obesity rates keep rising, troubling health officials
Americans are continuing to get fatter and fatter, with obesity rates reaching 30 percent or more in nine states last...
Insurers and ratings groups post information to help patients choose doctors
For most people, picking a doctor is hardly a scientific process. They ask friends or family members to pass along...
Web Exclusive: Is Health Insurance Moving Toward Oligopoly?
Consolidation in the insurance industry has been underway for years. Healthcare reform may accelerate the process.
Magazine: Health Plans: A Familiar Debate
Health insurance executives understand there is great growth potential in the individual insurance market, but many of...
Toyota's success driven by more than improvement system
A six-year study of the Toyota Motor Corporation has found that its Production System allows the company to continue...