women’s health policy
A new report and briefing address how national, state, and local policies, as well as cultural factors, shape access to contraceptive care, sexually transmitted infection prevention and treatment, obstetrical care, and abortion services.
Millions of Medicare Part D enrollees face increases in premiums and other costs in 2020 if they don’t switch plans during open enrollment, which ends Dec. 7.
Health care ranks high on the list of issues in the Democratic presidential campaign season. Here’s our collection of key health policy resources for journalists covering the debates.
Rising costs for prescription drugs, provider rate increases and care for the elderly and people with disabilities are factors, annual 50-state survey finds.