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The Maryland Senate heard testimony last week on a measure that would establish a single-payer health system, a “Medicare for all” system in which…

By Josh Kurtz A new poll bolsters the long-held opinion of MedChi – the Maryland State Medical Society – that Maryland Medicaid payments should…

Maryland’s individual health insurance market is in danger of collapse if government and industry don’t find ways to persuade younger, healthier people to purchase…

Research confirms what many experts have long suspected: that good health and access to safe, affordable housing are inextricably linked. The problem is that…

Matt Mossburg’s path to addiction recovery is laudable. We admire his courage in sharing his experience with addiction and his desire to help others…

As President Trump and congressional Republicans aim to eliminate the individual insurance mandate contained in the Affordable Care Act, a push is on in…

Fresh off the successful enactment of a law limiting generic and off-brand prescription drug price increases, Vincent DeMarco, president of the Maryland Citizens’ Health…

By Leni Preston and Jeananne Sciabarra Like many Marylanders, we are angry and dismayed that “leaders” in Washington, D.C., are intentionally undermining our health…

By Josh Kurtz On Monday evening, Reps. John Sarbanes (D) and Elijah Cummings (D) will appear along with an array of health care advocates…

By Chester “Chip” Davis Generic drugs have been and continue to be an amazing success story in our health care system. According to the…