Clinical CareTexas Providers See Increased Interest in Birth Control Since Near-Total Abortion Ban
Medical staffs are doubling down on educating patients about birth control.
Covid-19As Constituents Clamor for Ivermectin, Republican Politicians Embrace the Cause
Demands for access to the drug are loud and insistent, despite federal regulators' recent warning against using the drug to...
StrategyListen: Texas Abortion Law Gets Speedy High-Court Hearing Monday
Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog breaks down the issues before the court and what the court might do about Texas' abortion...
Human ResourcesWatch: Going Beyond the Script of 'Dopesick' and America's Real-Life Opioid Crisis
The Hulu series dovetails with the broader reality KFF's journalists and analysts have been documenting in their work for the...
Clinical Care6 Months to Live or Die: How Long Should an Alcoholic Liver Disease Patient Wait for a Transplant?
A widespread practice requires patients with alcoholic liver disease to complete a period of sobriety before they can get on...
StrategyMcKinsey Never Told the FDA It Was Working for Opioid Makers While Also Working for the Agency
In a decade-plus span McKinsey counted among its clients many of the country's biggest drug companies.
Clinical CareAlzheimer's Drug Targets People With Mild Cognitive Impairment. What Does That Mean?
Who should decide which patients qualify for treatment: dementia specialists or primary care physicians?
StrategyTrump's Mar-a-Lago Buddies Tried to Get the VA to Sell Access to Veterans' Medical Records
A congressional investigation prompted by ProPublica's reporting found Trump's "Mar-a-Lago crowd," wealthy civilians with no U.S. government or military experience.
StrategyDemocrats Roll the Dice on Sweeping Abortion Rights Bill — Again
The question now, as it was then, is whether the legislation will help or hurt Democrats on one of the...
Covid-19Will 'Dr. Disinformation' Ever Face the Music?
Three physicians in this article are members of the "Disinformation Dozen," a group of top superspreaders of COVID vaccine misinformation...
StrategyCongress Cites KHN Investigation in Probe of National Academies
The House probe focuses on conflicts of interest held by members of a committee currently reviewing U.S. organ donation and...
Covid-19COVID-Overwhelmed Hospitals Postpone Cancer Care and Other Treatment
OHSU hospital, Oregon's only public academic medical center, has had to postpone numerous surgeries and procedures in the wake of...