Experts discuss new regulations announced by the Bush administration to govern the privacy of medical records.
An update on the West Nile Virus, which has caused five deaths in Louisiana this year. The director of the CDC and the secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health discuss the latest news on the virus.
Gwen Ifill looks at the Senate's rejection of a compromise bill to add prescription drug benefits to Medicare with NewsHour Heath Correspondent Susan Dentzer.
The Senate debates a possible compromise bill to offer more prescription drug coverage for the elderly.
Susan Dentzer reports on one man's struggle to gain benefits for the disabled.
George Halvorson is chair and chief executive officer of Kaiser Permanente. Below are excerpts of his interview with Susan Dentzer.
William Crist is president of the board of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). One of the nation's largest public pension systems, CalPERS also provides health insurance for more than one million people. Below are excerpts of his interview…
The skyrocketing costs of health care through the eyes of the patients and the companies.
Helen Darling is president of the Washington Business Group on Health, a non-profit organization representing large employers' perspectives on national health policy issues. Below are excerpts of her interview with Susan Dentzer.
Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW Chicago reports on women exploring their options after hormone replacement therapy is deemed risky for breast cancer, heart disease, and stroke.
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