Chris Stigall spoke with Penn Professor of Medicine Dr. Jason Karlawish on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about an op-ed he had published in the New York Times on aging and the role of medicine in our lives as we grow older.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
Consider this: In Pittsburgh, there are 87 patients per doctor. In Philadelphia, there are 258.
Administrative costs may be the real reason your doctor’s bill is so expensive.
Many hospitals will need to turn to what is called cyberdefense in an effort to defend patient confidentiality.
The American Well app lets you see a doctor on your phone or tablet – and even get short term prescriptions and consultations.
We all know there is a need to have more primary care physicians in the country and the challenge to develop more of them is on-going.
The next time an elderly loved one goes to the doctor for an appointment, try and take the time to go with him or her. There are several reasons.
Even with the introduction and clerical nature of electronic medical records, physicians are starting to find ways to use them to improve care.
Veterans will go to the front of the line at a New Jersey health care system.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan sorts through some of the basics.
The Mayes College at the University of the Sciences in University City has received a $2 million gift from an alumnus.
Study finds privately insured patients are more than 25% more likely to get a primary care appointment than patients on Medicaid.
The deadline for enrollment in a health plan under the Affordable Care Act has passed but thousands of people are still working through the process.
On Wednesday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall responded to President Obama’s announcement that over seven million people have enrolled for health insurance through healthcare.gov.