Because no one should have to go through the health care debacle my family just did
We cannot let this system continue. Our health is very important. We cannot be complacent and accept the health care system we have as the way things are.
Among the nightmares of an unprecedented epidemic, sex work gets more dangerous for opioid addicts
We don’t get much news about Western Mass in Boston. And since the population is relatively small in the largely rural western counties of the Commonwealth, it can be easy to miss significant stories. Because the scale of noteworthy happenings is naturally smaller ...
Wrestling with new MassHealth changes and (not so) accountable care organizations
The Trump administration has proposed cutting SNAP by $192 billion over 10 years. But the paper suggests cutting benefits could harm health and raise health care costs.
The federal Department of Labor is proposing a rule that critics say would allow the sale of what some call "junk" health insurance.
"Using that data, you can start to have the conversation of where are the cost drivers, where are the potential savings, and where can we actually streamline the whole conversation to get to guaranteed universal health care without the overhead of the insurance industry."
The Republican bill that passed the House would balance increased costs by slashing funding for vital public health services and denying healthcare to pregnant women and children while billing issues are resolved.