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.
Susan Dentzer describes the day as the Senate plunges into debate over prescription drug coverage for seniors.
The Senate plunges into debate over prescription drug coverage for seniors.
Former President Bill Clinton and South African leader Nelson Mandela called on world leaders to recognize the AIDS epidemic as a threat to worldwide economic stability and peace at the closing ceremony of the 14th International AIDS Conference.
Susan Dentzer reports on a new study that finds that America does only a mediocre job of caring for seriously ill and dying patients.
Shouting protesters drowned out U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson during his speech to the 14th International AIDS Conference Tuesday, saying that the United States isn't doing its part in the fight against global epidemic.
International health experts explain the importance of donating more resources to stop the spread of AIDS.
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