Program increased health care access for veterans inside and outside of the Indian Health Service.
One physician shares his opinions on whether high physician salaries are contributing to the growing cost of health care.
Serving an estimated 141.4 million patients a year and providing an average of 47.7% of all medical care in the United States, our emergency departments reflect all the good and bad about our nation's healthcare system.
Emergency departments contributed to an average of 47.7% of the medical care delivered in the United States, and the percentage rose steadily over the 14-year study period.
On February 7, 2017, CNN hosted an interesting debate between Bernie Sanders, Independent senator of Vermont, and Ted Cruz, Republican senator from Texas, regarding the future of the Affordable Care Act.
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