Penn study looks at the emotional impact of a dementia diagnosis
New research from Penn has found that patients who understood they had mild cognitive impairment or mild Alzheimer’s disease, often a precursor to dementia, were less satisfied with their quality of life than people who were unaware of their diagnoses.
Shopping for Health Insurance? Buyer Beware, Especially If You Have Cancer
Laura Yasaitis, PhD, Dan Polsky, PhD and Justin E. Bekelman, MD argue for more transparency from insurance providers in light of their study, which shows that narrow-network plans commonly exclude NCI-designated cancer centers.
Ezekiel Emanuel advised the Obama Administration on the A.C.A. Now he’s meeting with a new White House, to try to keep health as the focus of a new health-care bill.Learn More